Germany’s Zweibrücken Airport has announced insolvency, but will continue operations because agreements have been reached with airlines, clients and suppliers, according to several media reports. Insolvency administrator Jan Markus Plathner has been quoted by several German media outlets as saying the collapse of the airport had been avoided, but the search for a potential investor is urgent. Talks with possible investors have already begun. Earlier this year, Germany’s ...

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