The European Parliament’s Transport Committee has voted on new rules aimed at better protecting European Union (EU) airlines in the face of unfair practices by non-EU competitors.  Major European airlines—including Lufthansa and Air France-KLM—have long complained that state aid to airlines in the Gulf, in particular, distort competition, a claim Gulf carriers deny. Under the new rules, which have not yet been adopted, if a non-EU country is investigated for possible ...

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