If the state does not help, flyLAL will rise on its own


He claims, however, that if the company goes out of business, it will be replaced by another enterprise. The minister is also straightforward about future agreements of private-capital operators: "It is clear so far that flyLAL keeps operating flights. There was a danger before the New Year that the company would cease all activities, but together we managed to find solutions how to carry on the business. I think that flyLAL shareholders should inform the society about their decisions in the near future."


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