The Italian Competition Authority opens investigations into two airports for alleged excessive pricing and abuse of dominant position (Aeroporti di Roma / Milano)

On 14 December 2006, the Italian Antitrust Authority (IAA) has initiated two formal investigations on the market for the management of airport infrastructures in relation to the airports of Rome and Milan. Following a complaint by IBAR, the association representing the air carriers active in Italy, the IAA is investigating the behaviour of AdR and SEA, the two undertakings that, on the basis of a long-term State concessions, manage, respectively, the airports of Rome (Fiumicino and Ciampino) and Milan (Linate and Malpensa). IBAR complains that AdR and SEA have not complied with the applicable regulatory provisions - airport management are regulated monopolies -, setting excessive prices for the use of airport structures, the supply of fuel, the access to airport areas and assets of

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Gian Luca Zampa, Rossella Incardona, The Italian Competition Authority opens investigations into two airports for alleged excessive pricing and abuse of dominant position (Aeroporti di Roma / Milano), 14 December 2006, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2006, Art. N° 12707

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