The European Commission has released further detail about non-European Union (EU) investments in European airlines, which it is examining to see if they comply with the region’s ownership and control rules. The investigations concern Etihad Airways’ 29% stake in German carrier airberlin, Delta Air Lines’ 49% stake in the UK’s Virgin Atlantic, China’s Henan Civil Aviation and Investment Co. (HNCA) 35% stake in Cargolux, and Korean Air’s 44% stake in Czech ...

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