Germany’s regional Lübeck Airport has reportedly filed for insolvency. Several German media outlets are reporting that a local court has appointed a preliminary administrator. According to a statement on the airport’s website, 100 employees have not been paid for April. In 2012, 171,000 passengers used the airport. Some regional airports in Europe are under pressure to find customers as smaller carriers move to bigger airports to achieve better load factors. In April 2013, ...

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