The sale of LOT Polish Airlines could take as long as late 2014, Poland deputy treasury minister Rafal Baniak told Polish Press Agency PAP.
787 in LOT Polish airlines’ livery. Courtesy, Boeing The sale of LOT Polish Airlines could take as long as late 2014, Poland deputy treasury minister Rafal Baniak told Polish Press Agency PAP. Baniak said the “LOT privatization process has not been suspended, but looking at the situation in the airline market, it is hard to expect that a new industry investor could be found.” He noted most European carriers could post losses this year. He did not rule out the ...
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