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Alitalia must give up slots as penalty for Rome-Milan route monopoly

 |  April 17, 2012

Alitalia and its unit AirOne has been ordered by Italy’s antitrust watchdog to give up slots between Rome Fiumicino and Milan Linate airports. As a result of an investigation, the regulator found that the airline was operating a monopoly on the Rome-Milan route. Although the number of slots to be surrendered has not been specified, Alitalia must give them up by October 28.

Alitalia has pledged to appeal the ruling.

Full content: Reuters


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