Ryanair ordered to repay illegal 'state aid' to Germany

Ryanair has been ordered to repay €318,000 it received from the state owner of Germany’s Altenburg-Nobitz airport.

15th October, 2014
The EU Commission said that some Ryanair service and marketing deals constituted illegal 'state aid'

Ryanair has been ordered to repay €318,000 it received from the state owner of Germany’s Altenburg-Nobitz airport.

The EU Commission decided that “certain service and marketing agreements” between the airport and Ryanair constituted state aid and that it “cannot be justified”.

The German airlines association complained to the EU about the aid to Ryanair.

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