Aero Vodochody is drafting proposals to set up a second airport in Prague that could help relieve some of the traffic from the fast-growing Ruzyne hub, Reuters reported. The military jet maker yesterday said it had developed a plan to convert its company airstrip north of the city into an international airport for use from 2006. A final decision on the project would be up to a new owner of the company. The government has said it aims to sell Aero by next year's election. Prague Ruzyne ...

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