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EU Court orders TUIfly and Ryanair to reimburse 13 million euros to Austria

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The EU Court of Justice on Wednesday 29 September ordered German airline TUIfly and Irish airline Ryanair to repay the 13 million euros in...

EU General Court dismisses Ryanair complaint against state aid for Austrian Airlines – Ryanair to appeal

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State aid to Austrian Airlines in conformity with EU law • European General Court (EGC) dismisses complaint by Ryanair and Laudamotion • State aid not a...

EU Court annuls state aid granted to Condor after complaint of Ryanair

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The General Court annuls the Commission decision approving the State aid granted by Germany to the airline Condor Flugdienst on the ground of an...

Ryanair welcomes EU court rulings on Air France-KLM and TAP state aid

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Ryanair today (19 May) welcomed the EU General Court’s rulings that State aid measures favouring Air France-KLM and TAP were in breach of EU...

State aid for KLM (and for TAP) was illegal, says EU Court, but is not annulled until new decision by European Commission

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The General Court annuls the Commission’s decision to approve the Netherlands financial aid for the airline KLM amid the COVID-19 pandemic on the...

A diverted flight is no reason for compensation, says the Court of Justice of the European Union

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The mere diversion of a flight to a close-by airport does not grant a right to flat-rate compensation However, the air carrier must, on its...

Ryanair to appeal EU court rulings on Finnair and SAS state aid

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Ryanair today (14 Apr) noted the EU General Court’s rulings on Finnish, Danish and Swedish State aid favouring Finnair and SAS over all other...

A strike organised by a trade union of an air carrier does not fall within the concept of an ‘extraordinary circumstance’, says the CJEU

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Judgment in Case C-28/20 (Airhelp Ltd v Scandinavian Airline System SAS) A strike organised by a trade union of the staff of an air carrier...

The unruly behaviour of an air passenger may constitute an ‘extraordinary circumstance’ capable of exempting the carrier from its obligation to pay compensation

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The unruly behaviour of an air passenger may constitute an ‘extraordinary circumstance’ capable of exempting the carrier from its obligation to pay compensation for...

Court of Justice of the European Union rules: “an airline is liable for the harm caused by a spilt cup of hot coffee”

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In a recent judgement (19 December 2019), the Court of Justice of the European Union clarifies that an airline’s liability for scalding (burns) caused...

Ryanair welcomes French Supreme Court decision in Marseille case, mulls re-entering French market

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Ryanair today (19 Sept) welcomed the French Supreme Court ruling in the Marseille employment case, which confirmed Ryanair’s position that the E101 certificates issued...

In case of delay, the airline which must pay the EU compensation is not the airline performing the flight under a wet-lease contract, but the airline on which passengers booked their flight

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A remarkable ruling of the European Court of Justice: in the case of a long delay, the airline which must pay the compensation owed to...

ECJ: “Ryanair crew based at Charleroi airport fall under Belgian labour jurisdiction, not the Irish one”

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In a case referred to it by a Belgian labour court, The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that crew flying for Ryanair...

EU Court: “The compensation payable to passengers in the event of cancellation or long delay of a connecting flight must be calculated according to the radial distance between the departure and arrival airports”

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Decision of the EU Court of Justice, 7 September 2017: "...The compensation payable to passengers in the event of cancellation or long delay of...

Airlines must not charge cancellation fees, says European Court of Justice

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The European Court of Justice has said that airlines cannot levy additional charges if a consumer cancels a flight. German judges asked the court...

Court of Justice of the EU orders Ireland to recover €8 per passenger from airlines (Ryanair and Aer Lingus) benefiting from unlawful State aid

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The Court confirms that Ireland must recover the sum of €8 per passenger from airlines benefiting from unlawful State aid The difference between the lower...

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