Lunedì, 24 Settembre 2018

Alitalia ordered to sell parts of Milan-Rome air route


Rome, January 23 - Alitalia must sell some of the
slots on its Milan-Rome route, the Council of State said
It dismissed an appeal by Italy's flagship air carrier of
an antitrust ruling made last spring, and said its written
reasons would be released later.
That ruling overturned an ad hoc legislative decree from
2008 that gave Alitalia, then struggling financially, a boost as
it attempted to salvage itself.
But in the past year, probes carried out by the antitrust
authorities concluded that there was a "a lack of proper
competition between rail and air transport" and that Alitalia,
along with its unit AirOne, was running a monopoly.
At the time, citizens' rights organisation
Cittadinanzattiva said that the antitrust ruling shook the
"absolute dominance of Alitalia on one of the most popular
Italian routes" and was a step forward in protecting citizens'
rights to choose.

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