Slovak Airlines ceased scheduled operations Tuesday after Austrian Airlines Group, which holds 62% of the carrier, took possession of its fleet, citing the Slovakian government's failure to honor a legal agreement. "One Fokker 100 and one Boeing 737-300 are the property of AAG and we have decided to immediately return the aircraft in order to guarantee that Group property is secure," an AAG spokesperson told ATWOnline, adding that one 737-200 will be left with Slovak for charter flights. AAG ...

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