Air Malta, the island nation’s government-owned flag carrier, was facing serious liquidity issues in 2010 that threatened its very future. A year later, it posted a loss of €78 million ($96 million), prompting the government to dip into treasury coffers with aid to prop up the carrier. Its...
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