The European Commission (EC) is between a rock and a hard place with more European airlines turning to their governments for financial support. It can either strictly apply its state aid rules and risk more bankruptcies, or the EC can compromise its tough stance and help struggling carriers to survive. The latter is the preferred approach of politicians, who want to preserve national carriers and avoid bankruptcies in a continent battered by economic contraction, austerity measures and ...
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