Lübeck Airport reportedly files for insolvency

Germany’s regional Lübeck Airport has reportedly filed for insolvency. Several German media outlets are reporting that a local court has appointed a preliminary administrator. According to a statement on the airport’s website, 100 employees have not been paid for April. In 2012, 171,000 passengers...

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