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Geneva airport: Bankrupt Air Berlin must pre-pay landing fees

Geneva airport: Bankrupt Air Berlin must pre-pay landing fees

An Airbus A320 in Air Berlin Colours. Photo Credit: B1-foto via Pixabay

Air Berlin aircraft planning to land at Geneva’s airport will have to pay in advance now that the German airline has entered insolvency, Swiss officials say.
The company will have to make a payment of 500 francs (514 dollars) for every Air Berlin plane that lands at the , spokesman Bertrand Staempfli says.
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