Law360 (July 14, 2021, 6:14 p.m. EDT) – Austria did nothing wrong by giving Austrian Airlines 150 million euros ($ 177.5 million) in state aid last year to keep the airline on a level playing field during travel The industry has soared during the coronavirus pandemic, Europe’s second-highest court said on Wednesday.
The General Court of the European Union considered the case because some feared that Austrian Airlines would duplicate state aid. The company is part of Deutsche Lufthansa AG, or the Lufthansa Group, and Germany has already approved a series of aid measures for the parent company at the height of the …
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