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Airport Sale Seen as Growth Opportunity, But Concerns Linger About Infrastructure

Brnik, 5 September - The sale of state-owned airport operator Aerodrom Ljubljana to German Fraport, which is due to be completed today, has prompted objections in Slovenia by people and groups opposed to the sale of such vital transport infrastructure. But the privatisation is also viewed as a development opportunity for the country's biggest airport.

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Aerodrom Ljubljana, which celebrated its 50th anniversary earlier this year, sold as the third company from the privatisation list of the Alenka Bratušek government.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA
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Jože Pučnik Ljubjana airport.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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Jože Pučnik Ljubjana airport.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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Aerodrom Ljubljana operates the country's No 1 international airport, Jože Pučnik Ljubljana Airport (pictured).
Photo: Daniel Novaković/STA
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Jože Pučnik Ljubjana airport.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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The sale of Aerodrom Ljubljana enters next stage.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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Jože Pučnik Ljubjana airport.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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Aerodrom Ljubljana operates the country's No 1 international airport, Jože Pučnik Ljubljana Airport (pictured).
Photo: Daniel Novaković/STA
File photo

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Jože Pučnik Ljubjana airport.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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Jože Pučnik Ljubjana airport.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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Jože Pučnik Ljubjana airport.
Photo: Domen Grögl/STA

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