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Parliamentary questions
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11 June 2019
Answer given by Ms Bulc on behalf of the European Commission
Question reference: E-001786/2019

1. Codesharing is a widely used commercial practise, and the Commission does not have any particular view on such codeshare operation provided that the relevant international agreements and legislation are respected.

2. The Commission would like to inform the Honourable Member that according to the information at its disposal, there is no code sharing between Air Italy and Qatar Airways on any transatlantic route.

3. The Commission has, to date, not received any complaint about unfair competition from airlines based in the Middle East. In case of allegation of unfair competition between EU and third countries airlines, the Commission could address the issue in the context of air transport agreements the EU has concluded with third countries, as well as under its recently adopted Regulation on safeguarding competition in air transport, notably in case EU level agreements do not exist.

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