Scandlines takes Fehmarn ruling to EU Court

Scandlines has asked the EU Court to void the EU Commission's approval of the financing model for the Fehmarn fixed link project.

The EU's approval of the financing model for the planned Fehmarn Belt fixed link is now being brought before the EU Court by Scandlines, which operates ferries between Rødby and Puttgarden.

According to the Scandlines CEO, the appeal to the EU Court is based partially on "the fact that the Commission has approved at least 55 years of state aid, which is a period long enough to effectively ensure unlimited state aid," notes the carrier in a press release.

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