Portugal warns Ryanair it will no longer be ‘cooperative’ after TAP state aid case

    Portugal‘s Ministry of Infrastructure said Ryanair should “not expect an attitude of cooperation” with the country, following “systematic hostile attacks” by Ryanair on TAP Air Portugal (Reuters, 26-May-2021). The statement followed a meeting between Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary and Minister for Infrastructure and Housing Pedro Nuno Santos and comes after a European court upheld a challenge by Ryanair against the 2020 state aid and restructuring package for TAP.

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