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KLM and Lufthansa raided over Japan flights

12 March 2008

European Union competition regulators yesterday began a fresh probe into suspected antitrust abuses in the airline sector, raiding offices of several carriers providing flights to Japan.

The Commission said there was reason to believe that airlines might have violated EU rules on restrictive business practices.

Germany’s Lufthansa quickly confirmed that it was among the companies visited, and said the Commission appeared to be looking into possible price-fixing and collusive behaviour over flights between the EU and Japan, and involving aviation companies in Europe and in Japan.


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