Germany’s Zweibrücken Airport, which declared insolvency at the end of July, is expected to continue operations through Nov. 2, according to insolvency administrator Jan Markus Plathner.

The airport said in a statement that its main airline, TUIfly, will continue to operate from the airport. “This is important to keep the airport open for flight operations,” the airport stated. 

According to several German media reports, the airport could be forced to repay up to €56 million in state aid, which it is unable to do.