New airline Sky Europe still trying to get off the ground

Barecz, Peter
July 2001
Slovak Spectator;7/2/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 26, p8
Features Slovak airline Sky Europe. Delay in the launching of its first regular scheduled flights from Bratislava, Slovakia to major European destinations; Reactions of both travelers and the foreign business community to Sky Europe's original plans; Failure of the government to sign a tax deal with the airline; Increase in the demand for an airline running flights from Bratislava to major European hubs.


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