- a swift pirate ship (often operating with official sanction)
- a pirate along the Barbary Coast
- CORSAIR FRANCE
- At the beginning of 2003, Corsair had summoned Air Lib to appear before the Créteil Commercial Court because of the unlawful aid from which Air Lib had benefited according to Corsair, demanding that the aid be paid back and asking the Court to order the cessation of the abovementioned commercial activities which Corsair deemed to be unfair practices resulting from the said unlawful aid.
- Corsair had also adduced arguments in support of the criticism levelled by the Commission at the initial State aid, the company's commercial development and the other fiscal and social support measures from which the company was alleged to have benefited.
- By submitting information, Corsair had hoped that the Commission would formulate the opinion that the decision of the Court was in conflict with its own decision-making practice and with Community case law.
- In its comments to the Commission, the interested party, the French airline SA Corse Air International (hereinafter referred to as ‘Corsair’) basically transmitted legal documents showing the action it had taken before the French courts.
- By a ruling of 12 February 2003, the Court, having regard inter alia to the procedure initiated by the Commission, declared that it had no jurisdiction in this matter. By submitting information, Corsair had hoped that the Commission would formulate the opinion that the decision of the Court was in conflict with its own decision-making practice and with Community case law.