Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair and German leisure airline TUIfly have been ordered to repay a total of €12.7 million ($13.9 million) in state aid after the European Commission ruled their deals with Austria’s Klagenfurt Airport were anti-competitive. Klagenfurt is a small regional airport that is owned by local authorities. In its ruling, the Commission found the airport’s state funding was in line with European Union state aid rules, but some of the airport’s airline ...

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