Ryanair said it filed a legal action in the Council of State, France's highest administrative court, against the government and a complaint to the European Commission challenging what the LCC called "an unlawful labor decree" that forces foreign airlines to apply domestic labor laws when basing aircraft in France. Ryanair claims that the regulation, which came into force Nov. 23, "is contrary to European laws on free movement of labor and services and the freedom of establishment and is also ...

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