*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On the same day, 14 April 2021, the Court of First Instance delivered its first three judgments on actions brought by Ryanair against Commission decisions granting individual measures to airlines. The three judgments will be examined together because the pleas put forward by the Irish company follow almost the same structure, especially in Cases T-378/20 and T-379/20 which concern SAS. In particular, the Court rejected the pleas alleging infringement of the principle of non-discrimination, the fundamental freedoms of the internal market or the obligation to state reasons. These three judgments are subject to appeal by Ryanair. Finnair case - loan
CASE COMMENTS: STATE AID - COVID-19 - INDIVIDUAL MEASURES - ANNULMENT ACTION - AIR TRANSPORT
Covid-19 : The General Court of the European Union dismisses three actions for annulment of individual measures granted to Scandinavian airlines due to the pandemic (Ryanair)
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