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EU orders Ryanair to pay back €9.6m in French airport aid

The European Commission has ordered Ryanair to pay about €9.6m to the French government after regulators said the airline received illegal state aid for its operations in French regional airports.

23rd July, 2014
The Commission said that Ryanair had enjoyed an “undue advantage”

The European Commission has ordered Ryanair to pay about €9.6m to the French government after regulators said the airline received illegal state aid for its operations in French regional airports.

The Commission said that Ryanair had enjoyed an “undue advantage” and that money would have to be repaid to remove the distortion of competition.

The EU said Ryanair would have to pay €6.4 million relating to its operations at Nimes Airport after...

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