The European Commission has opened an in-depth state-aid investigation into Ryanair’s marketing agreements related to Montpellier Airport in France. On July 4, the European Commission announced that it had opened the case, responding to a complaint lodged by an undisclosed party. The probe will look at whether marketing agreements between the Association de Promotion des Flux Touristiques et Economiques (APFTE) and Ryanair comply with EU State aid ...

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