EU slaps Ryanair with fine over French aid money

Ryanair gained “an undue advantage” thanks to French aid
Ryanair faces having to repay €9.6m (£7.6m) in French state aid, after the European Commission found the airline had gained “an undue advantage” thanks to the money.

The repayments relate to operating at three regional French airports, Angouleme, Nimes and Pau Pyrénées. Ryanair said it had instructed its lawyers to appeal against these rulings.

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