The Court of Justice sets aside the two judgments of the General Court which dismissed the actions of Volotea and easyJet against the decision of the Commission concerning State aid granted by Italy to Sardinian airports* That decision is also annulled, to the extent that it concerns Volotea and easyJet, since the Commission did not establish the existence of an advantage conferred on those two airlines Following a formal investigation procedure with respect to an Italian regional law and its implementing measures, under which the operators of airports in Sardinia could be granted financing for the development of air routes serving the island, the Commission decided that those various measures constituted State aid that was unlawful and incompatible with the internal market (‘the
The EU Court of Justice sets aside two judgments of the General Court which dismissed the appeals of two airlines against a Commission decision concerning State aid granted by Italy to Sardinian airports (Volotea / EasyJet)
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