Air Nostrum’s fleet renewal, after the carrier was pledged up to €9 million ($10 million) in local-government support on environmental grounds. The probe relates to the funding of 10 Bombardier CRJ1000s that Air Nostrum committed to acquire in 2017. “At this stage, the Commission has doubts that the total intended aid support of €9 million to Air Nostrum falls within the General Block Exemption Regulation (GBER) and complies with the guidelines on state aid for ...

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