The EU Commission prohibits discriminatory landing fees at Spanish airports (PO / AENA)

"Commission prohibits discriminatory landing fees at Spanish airports"* 1. Introduction The Commission has been examining landing fees at European airports for a number of years. On 28 June 1995 it ruled that the system of discounts operated at the main Brussels airport infringed EU law. Subsequently most Member States fell in line with the Commission’s viewpoint and changed their system of landing fees. Most recently, the French, Irish and Swedish airport authorities agreed to carry out the necessary changes. Nevertheless, two further decisions were taken against the Portuguese and Finish airport authorities on 10 February 1999 [1]. As one further step in this procedure, on 26 July 2000, the European Commission adopted a decision against the system of landing fees applied at

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Oliver Stehman, The EU Commission prohibits discriminatory landing fees at Spanish airports (PO / AENA), 26 July 2000, e-Competitions July 2000, Art. N° 39277

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