International Airlines Group (IAG), parent of British Airways and Iberia, said an emergency rescue package for Alitalia includes “manifestly illegal [state] aid” from the Italian government and called on the European Commission (EC) to oppose it. Alitalia’s board of directors late last week approved a €500 million ($677.5 million) emergency rescue plan that will include a €300 million capital increase; €75 million of that capital increase will come from ...

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