Adria Airways is considering adding two more aircraft to its fleet, as the Slovenian government prepares to enter exclusive negotiations for its 91.58% stake in the carrier. Speaking on the sidelines of the ERA General Assembly in Berlin, Adria Airways president and CEO Mark Anzur told ATW that the government has whittled down its shortlist to fewer than five bidders, as it seeks to privatize Adria Airways by the end of the year. “They have already submitted their bids and very soon ...

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