Malev Hungarian Airlines, which has come under massive pressure as a result of the increasing debt facing its controlling shareholder, KrasAir affiliate AirBridge, announced it was granted access to €30 million ($42.8 million) in capital as a result of an agreement between AirBridge and Vnyeseconombank. KrasAir leads the AiRUnion alliance that has required a bailout and rescue by the Russian government (ATWOnline, Sept. 9). Malev said the new deal "fulfills all the financial ...

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