A version of this article appears in the June 30 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology. In the hypercompetitive environment of Eastern European airlines, carriers like LOT Polish Airlines, Adria Airways, Estonia Air and Czech Airlines are being squeezed between the big majors and the ultra-low-cost carriers. The mid-range airlines’ fight for survival has had mixed results, but the common responses to unprofitable carriers from governments in that region are to sell, divide, ...
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