PARIS – France’s civil aviation authority the DGAC seized a Ryanair aircraft at Bordeaux-Merignac airport in a bid to force the LCC to pay back public funds that were judged illegal by the European Commission in 2014. The DGAC said on Nov. 9 it had seized the aircraft on Nov. 8 in a move linked to public aid Ryanair received from a group of airports in the Charente administrative department of France in relation to its flights to Angouleme airport in ...

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