*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The issue of access to the Community court system for those affected by State aid, which has already been raised in previous issues of this column, continues to be a topical issue. This time it was the Court of First Instance that was called upon to look into the matter. Having received an action for failure to act brought by the company Air One and relating to the Commission's alleged inaction with regard to its complaint concerning aid granted by Italy to the company Ryanair, it declared it admissible, contrary to what the Commission maintained, but unfounded, contrary to what Air One maintained. Thus judging, it consolidates, in these two aspects, its
CASE COMMENTS: PROCEDURE - STANDING - INDIVIDUAL CONCERN - DUTY TO ACT - REASONABLE PERIOD
Status of the complainant: The CFI consolidates its case law on the status of the plaintiff (Air One)
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