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Airplanes and transport: EC finds that public interventions at Berlin-Schönefeld Airport did not involve state aid
Brussels, Belgium - The financial incentives foreseen were well-targeted
The European Commission has concluded that various measures taken by the publicly-owned Berlin-Schönefeld Airport manager FBS did not confer any undue economic advantage to the airport or to the airlines operating at the airport, and were therefore in line with EU state aid rules. The financial incentives foreseen were well-targeted and allowed sustainable growth of the airport while paving the way...
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