The European Court of Justice on 14 February 2008 upheld (in case C-419/06) the European Commission's 2005 decision finding that Greece had granted a number of illegal and incompatible aid measures both to Olympic Airways Services and its successor, Olympic Airlines, and that the aid must be recovered. The Court rejected the claim that the Greek Government was unable to determine from the Commission's decision sufficiently precise information about the level of aid to be recovered, nor did it accept that the obligation to recover the aid in the circumstances was disproportionate. However, the long-running saga of Government support to Greece's ailing airline does not end here. Olympic Airways and Olympic Airlines have applied to the Court of First Instance for annulment of the Commission's decision (Case T-415/05) and this judgment is still pending.