Enter Air strives to streamline maintenance costs and Air Urga seeks help with fleet modernization
Low-cost carriers and charter operators in Central Europe face stiff competition, among themselves and from state carriers that “run on an emotional basis and are treated like they will go on forever,” says Sandor Szomora, deputy chief executive of Lufthansa Technik Budapest. Szomora, who worked for a Malev Hungarian Airlines joint venture before joining LHT, says these state carriers often are “not nimble or adaptive.” Neither Enter Air, which formed in 2009, nor 18-year-old Air Urga ...
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