Ljubljana airport operator's boss Skobir makes another call for state aid

Brnik, 8 July - Passenger numbers at Ljubljana airport have been severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic even if many routes have already been relaunched. This is why Fraport Slovenija director Zmago Skobir believes the government should help airlines with state aid to preserve routes and aviation as a whole, which he sees as extremely important for Slovenia.

Zmago Skobir, the director of Fraport Slovenija, a German-owned company operating Ljubljana's international airport.
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