The Italian Competition Authority amends behavioural remedies previously imposed in a concentration between two major Italian air carriers (Alitalia / Volare)

The Italian Competition Authority (ICA) has recently revised and modified the commitments it imposed for the approval of the 2006 concentration between two major Italian air carriers, Alitalia and Volare [1]. The ICA conditionally cleared the transaction by requiring Alitalia to release the following slots: A pair of slots regarding the Linate-Bari route; Two pair of slots at the airport of Milan Linate regarding the Milan-Paris route; A pair of slots regarding the Linate- Lamezia Terme route [2]. Due to the occurrence of a number of events since the clearance of the concentration in 2006, a reconsideration of the original commitments was necessary. First, the administrative courts have annulled the decision of the Italian authorities to sell Volare to Alitalia; second, the

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  • Desogus Law Office (Cagliari)

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Michele Giannino, The Italian Competition Authority amends behavioural remedies previously imposed in a concentration between two major Italian air carriers (Alitalia / Volare), 25 June 2008, e-Competitions Bulletin June 2008, Art. N° 20535

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