Adria Airways Bombardier CRJ900. By Rob Finlayson Slovenia-based Adria Airways (JP)—which posted a first-quarter net loss of €8 million ($9.8 million) and received a €50 million capital boost in September 2011—said it would need an additional €9 million to survive the winter, according to the Austrian Daily Wirtschaftsblatt, which quoted JP CEO Klemen Bostjancic. JP is hoping to get a €8 million loan soon, which it expected to receive in September to ...

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