*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CE, 4 April 2008, Société Federal Express, No. 296601 – EC, 4 April 2008, Ryanair Ltd, No 298926 – CE, 7 May 2008, Société Air France, No. 294213 Airport charges are one element in the price war between low-cost airlines and traditional airlines such as Air France, in a context that has been totally disrupted by the recent privatisation of Aéroports de Paris. In three decisions handed down on very similar dates, the Conseil d'État further clarified the new regime for variations in airport charges, introduced by Law No. 2005-357 of 20 April 2005 on airports (No. 2005-357, JORF 21 April 2005) and its implementing decrees (No. 2005-827 and No. 2005-828 of 20
CASE COMMENT : PUBLIC SECTOR - AIRPORT FEES
Airport fees: The Council of State rules that the airport fees should be equivalent to costs and can be adjusted only according to obvious differences and within an objective limits (Federal Express, Ryanair, Air France)
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