Remember Niki Lauda, the Former 1 racing driver?
He founded an airline called Laudamotion and Ireland's Ryanair has just won approval from the EU Commission to acquire 75% of the group.
However, Germany Lufthansa airline is getting in the way.
Ryanair, which already owns 24.9% of Laudamotion, claims that Lufthansa wants to remove nine aircraft that it was obliged by the EU to deliver to Laudamotion after the German airline bought Air Berlin.
Ryanair's chief legal and regulatory officer Juliusz Komorek, says: "We urge the EU competition authorities to take action and prevent any further attempts by Lufthansa to damage competition through its anti-consumer behaviour."