The Czech government plans to merge 92% of state-owned CSA Czech Airlines and Prague Airport into one entity. According to several Czech press reports, the ministry of finance said last week that the consolidation, to be named Cesky Aeroholding AS, will bring stability to the companies. CSA has been managed by Prague Airport since last year. The state-owned airport handles about 11.6 million passengers. Last year, CSA transported approximately 5.6 million passengers and had an operating ...

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