The EU General Court provides clarification as to the functioning of the European Network of Competition Authorities (easyJet)

The General Court provides clarification as to the functioning of the European Network of Competition Authorities* The European Commission was justified in law in rejecting the complaint lodged by easyJet against Schiphol airport’s pricing on the basis that that complaint had already been dealt with by a national competition authority easyJet Airline Co. Ltd is a British air carrier that is highly active within the EU, operating, inter alia, to and from Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam (Netherlands). In 2008, easyJet lodged complaints with the Netherlands competition authority which were based on provisions of the national legislation governing aviation and the law on competition. Those complaints were brought against Luchthaven Schiphol NV, the operator of Amsterdam-Schiphol

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General Court of the European Union, The EU General Court provides clarification as to the functioning of the European Network of Competition Authorities (easyJet), 21 January 2015, e-Competitions January 2015, Art. N° 100426

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