Brussels Airlines might have to restate its accounts for 2013 to show higher losses than reported last month if the European Commission (EC) concludes that a new financial subsidy to Brussels Airport contravenes European rules on state aid. The EC’s Directorate-General for Competition has not formally opened an investigation but it is assessing the measure following complaints from two airlines. The assessment started several months ago and still "is ongoing. The outcome cannot be ...


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