On behalf of the team

On 30 March 2022, the Court of First Instance rendered judgment in the case of the airlines Martinair, KLM, Air Canada, Cargolux, Air France-KLM, Japan Airlines, British Airways, Lufthansa, Cathay Pacific, SAS Cargo Group, Latam Airlines Group, Lan Cargo and Singapore Airlines versus the European Commission in response to the Commission’s decision regarding the air cargo cartel.[1]General Court of the European Union, 30 March 2022, cases T-323/17, T-324/17, T-325/17, T-326/17, T-334/17, T-338/17, T-340/17, T-341/17, T-342/17, T-343/17, T-344/17 and T-350/17 (Martinair Holland … Continue reading The Court of First Instance dismissed the appeals of Martinair, KLM, Cargolux, Air France-KLM, Lufthansa and Singapore Airlines, but partially quashed the European Commission’s decision in so far as it pertains to the other airlines.

The Court of First Instance partially quashed its decision with regard to Japan Airlines, Air Canada, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, SAS Cargo Group, Latam Airlines and Lan Cargo. The quashing pertained to the part of the decision to the extent it established that the aforementioned companies also participated in the infringement in so far as this pertained to refusing to pay commission on surcharges.