Stek represents Transavia before the General Court

Stek has represented Transavia in a hearing before the General Court of the European Union in a state aid case relating to Transavia’s activities at Pau Airport in France. In October 2015 Transavia lodged an appeal against a European Commission decision, by which the Commission ordered France to recoup illegal state aid from Transavia that was granted to the airline by Pau Airport’s operator. On 26 October 2017 a hearing before the General Court took place, during which Transavia and the European Commission further explained their respective positions. The General Court is expected to issue a decision in the course of 2018.

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