The Italian Competition Authority investigates into foreclosing conduct of the manager of Milan airports in the general aviation sector (Cedicor / SEA)

Introduction By a decision made on 20 December 2013 the Italian Competition Authority (ICA) has opened an Article 102 investigation against the manager of the Milan airports, SEA (Case A474, Cedicor/SEA) [1]. SEA was alleged to have abused its dominant position by foreclosing the market for the management of airport facilities for the general aviation since it impeded a potential new entrant from purchasing the previous manager of such facilities. The facts of the case By an agreement first signed in 1961 and recently renewed until 2041 the manager of the airports of Milan, SEA, awarded to ATA an exclusive concession for the management of the centralized infrastructures at the airport of Linate, including the facilities required by the general aviation. The last renewal of the

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Michele Giannino, The Italian Competition Authority investigates into foreclosing conduct of the manager of Milan airports in the general aviation sector (Cedicor / SEA), 20 December 2013, e-Competitions December 2013, Art. N° 62299

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