*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CFI, 4 July 2006, easyJet Airline v Commission, Case T-177/04 – CFI (ord.), 18 September 2006, Wirtschafts-kammer Kärnten and best connect Ampere Strompool v Commission, Case T-350/03. Unlike the low-cost airline easyJet, which was found admissible to bring an action for annulment of the Commission decision declaring the proposed merger between Air France and KLM compatible with the common market, subject to compliance with the commitments proposed by the parties (Commission Decision of 11 February 2004, Case COMP/M.3280 - Commission Decision of 11 February 2004, Case
CASE COMMENT: PROCEDURES - STATE AID - LITIGATION - ACTION FOR ANNULMENT - ADMISSIBILITY- STANDING - INDIVIDUAL CONCERN - DECISION OF COMPATIBILITY - COMPETITOR - ASSOCIATION
State aid procedures - Litigation: The CFI applies established case-law (EasyJet Airline)
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