IAG, which owns British Airways, has filed a complaint to the European Union over the UK government’s rescue of the regional airline, Flybe, as a potential breach of state aid rules. Ryanair has also written a letter to UK chancellor Sajid Javid, warning him that any move to help Flybe by cutting air passenger duty for all domestic flights — and not international flights — would “constitute unlawful state aid” to the airlines operating on those routes, reports the Financial Times. Eoin Kealy, head of competition and regulatory at Ryanair, wrote in the letter, seen by the FT: “We trust
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