The European Commission opened an in-depth investigation into Lufthansa's proposed takeover of Brussels Airlines parent SN Airholding because of competition concerns regarding several routes between Belgium, Germany and Switzerland. The EC said its initial investigation found that the merger would lead to a monopoly on service from Brussels to Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich and substantially reduce competition on BRU-Berlin Tegel. It also expressed concerns about flights to Zurich and Geneva ...

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