Bmi CEO Wolfgang Prock-Schauer said this week that he believes the "potential" exists to turn around the loss-making UK carrier and confirmed it recently sold several London Heathrow slots to address the group's liquidity shortage. "It is no secret that bmi had a £190 million ($308.9 million) capital requirement, and we now have sufficient liquidity to get through the winter," Prock-Schauer told ATWOnline at Brussels Airlines' Star Alliance joining event in the Belgian capital. "We ...

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