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Admissibility: The General Court of the European Union rules that the appeal of a German airline is inadmissible due to the applicant’s lack of individual concern (Lufthansa)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On 12 April 2019, the Court of First Instance of the European Union delivered a judgment in Case T-492/15 (Deutsche Lufthansa v Commission). Following the action brought by the German airline seeking annulment of the Commission's decision of 1 October 2014In its decision, the Commission found that Ryanair had not received any unjustified advantage for the use of Frankfurt Hahn airport as it had paid a price higher than the additional costs incurred by the airport due to the activities covered by the agreement between the airport manager and the low-cost airline. However, the appeal does not pass the admissibility filter. The Court of First Instance first

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Alain Ronzano, Admissibility: The General Court of the European Union rules that the appeal of a German airline is inadmissible due to the applicant’s lack of individual concern (Lufthansa), 12 April 2019, Concurrences N° 3-2019, Art. N° 90185, www.concurrences.com

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