New law burdens airports

Wylot, Robert
June 2002
Warsaw Business Journal;6/10/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 23, p3
Reports the impact of transportation law to the aviation industry in Poland. Reduction of appropriation for border guards; Petition to the infrastructure minister for termination of international flights in the absence of funds; Burden of the airport operators from the cost of appropriation guards.


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