The European Commission has ruled that Milan airport operator SEA must repay around €360 million ($477 million) of state aid, following an in-depth investigation undertaken in response to a complaint. The Commission found that state-owned SEA, which operates Milan’s Malpensa and Linate airports, made repeated capital injections into its loss-making ground handling subsidiary SEA Handling between 2002 and 2010. These state subsidies, the investigation determined, were ...

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