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nedelja, 28 novembra, 2021

Eight carriers get subsidies to fly to Slovenia

By: P.T., STA

Eight airlines – Turkish Airlines, Swiss Air, Air Serbia, Montenegro Airlines, Lufthansa, Air France, Wizzair and LOT – will receive state subsidies to operate flights to Slovenia.

The first instalment of the incentive is worth EUR 985,320, the Economy Ministry said. Lufthansa will be the biggest beneficiary with EUR 371,040, followed by Air France (EUR 176,160) and Turkish Airlines (EUR 148,530). The remaining five will get under EUR 100,000 each, with Swiss Air eligible for the lowest amount, EUR 22,050.

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