Assignment and sale of airport slots: The Monarch Airlines case

Author/s Giulia Gabassi
Publishing Year 2019 Issue 2018/24 Language Italian
Pages 42 P. 487-528 File size 1560 KB
DOI 10.3280/DT2018-024004
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Two rulings, one of the High Court of Justice, the other of the Court of Appeal, define in a short month the dispute between Monarch Airlines - just placed in administration because of its insolvency - and the Coordinating Authority of the English airports on the allocation of slots for the 2018 summer season in application of EEC Regulation no. 95/93 (so called "Slot Regulation"). If the High Court denies Monarch’s right to be assigned the slots, precisely because of the economic situation in which it pays and despite the observance of the so-called "grandfather rule", the Court of Appeal overturns the decision, recognizing the right of the company instead.

Giulia Gabassi, Assegnazione e vendita degli slot aeroportuali: il caso Monarch Airlines in "RIVISTA ITALIANA DI DIRITTO DEL TURISMO" 24/2018, pp 487-528, DOI: 10.3280/DT2018-024004