The Italian Competition Authority ends a monopoly on the Rome-Milan route (Alitalia-CAI / EasyJet)

EasyJet secures slots at Milan Linate airport that Alitalia-CAI is forced to cede to comply with previous decisions of the Italian Competition Authority. In its meeting held on 25 October 2012, the Italian Competition Authority (ICA) agreed that the slots at Milan’s Linate airport which it had required Alitalia-CAI (Alitalia) to relinquish in earlier decisions were to be assigned to air carrier EasyJet. The slot divestiture was intended to end the Italian national flag carrier’s monopoly over the Rome Fiumicino - Milan Linate route. The ICA merely approved the conclusions of a report presented

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Filippo Fioretti, The Italian Competition Authority ends a monopoly on the Rome-Milan route (Alitalia-CAI / EasyJet), 25 October 2012, e-Competitions October 2012, Art. N° 77280

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