Lithuanian start-up carrier Air Lituanica and Estonian Air have severed their cooperation following bitter allegations of unpaid debts from both sides. Vilnius-based Air Lituanica launched operations in June under a codeshare partnership with Estonian Air, which also provided the start-up with an Embraer E-170 and sales support. However, the relationship between the two carriers came to an abrupt end Nov. 27. “Air Lituanica has repeatedly and on an ongoing basis failed to meet its ...

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