The Swedish District Court finds that abuse of dominance by an airport in the imposition of a special charge over taxi companies was objectively justified (Swedavia)

Taxi case reaches final destination* The Swedish Competition Authority has lost its court case against Swedavia, the owner of Stockholm Arlanda Airport, for alleged abuse of dominance. The District Court has found that while there was an abuse of dominance, it was objectively justified and therefore no damages have been imposed. The Authority has chosen not to appeal the decision. A recap of the story Briefly, the SCA had rejected a complaint in 2010 from a taxi

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Grant McKelvey, The Swedish District Court finds that abuse of dominance by an airport in the imposition of a special charge over taxi companies was objectively justified (Swedavia), 9 June 2016, e-Competitions June 2016, Art. N° 81689

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