Slovenia-based Adria Airways (JP) will suspend nine routes from Ljubljana starting with the winter schedule, according to Slovenian media. A source told ATW that the Slovenian government called an emergency meeting last week to evaluate the urgency of a rescue plan that would prevent the airlines going bankrupt. The Star Alliance member concluded negotiations in January to acquire much-needed liquidity and named Klemen Bostjancic, former chief supervisor of construction firm Vegradas, ...

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