Slovenian national flag-carrier Adria Airways has put a series of assets on the market as it seeks to reorganize and ease its financial problems. The small government-owned airline, which has made a financial loss in recent years, has been put up for sale by the Slovenian government. In an invitation to tender, Adria is selling a maintenance hangar, workshops and office building at Cerklje Airport, in the east of the country. It is also offering for sale its Ljubljana-based flight ...

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