This is called knife under the neck. In order to force Ryanair to repay the € 500,000 unfair subsidy, the French government seized one of its devices at the Bordeaux airport runway for more than 80 million catalog prices.
The dispute was resolved a few hours later and the company agreed to repay the Chapman County Council. According to France 3, a transfer of about € 525,000 was made for the benefit of this department. The fixed aircraft was able to start again at 12:30 this Friday.
The dispute concerns the € 525 million received by low-cost carriers from the Charente Joint Airport Association as part of its corporate activities at Angoulême Airport from 2008 to 2009. The European Commission is expected to issue a grant in July 2014 It has been illegally ruled, but the administration has not been able to recover any unreasonable amounts thereafter. After "several official notices and failed attempts to recover," the government adopted this "action taken as a last resort".
149 passengers were escalated to another flight.
So the General General showed off the device from the Irish company at the Brondeaux-Mérignac airport (Gironde) just before takeoff. This order was notified to the captain by the representative of the prefecture notifying the enforcement officer. They were escorted to Gendarmerie Air Transport members. The 149 passengers on board were transferred to another plane five hours late.
Ryanair, of course, promised to "pay off" during the day. Didier Villat, president of the Charente Airport Joint Venture, said earlier today. And when there is a good reason, the plane can not escape again when the sum is paid.
"The State reaffirmed its commitment to guarantee fair competition conditions between the airline and the airport," concluded DGAC.
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