ANALYSIS: Monarch slots – when is a carrier not a carrier?

​Collapsed Monarch Airlines' successful appeal on retention of airport slots hinged on a wrangle over the legal definition of 'air carrier', and whether the UK airline could still be considered as such despite its cessation of operations.

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