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Austrian airline Niki says to stop flying Thursday

Austrian airline Niki says to stop flying Thursday

DPA / AFP / File / Marcel Kusch
Niki has around 20 aircraft and some 1,000 employees, flying to Europe and North Africa from Austria, Germany and Switzerland
Austrian airline Niki said Wednesday that it would stop flying from Thursday after it’s applied to open insolvency proceedings. A statement on Niki’s website said flight operations “will cease as of December 14.”
Niki added that “we are currently looking for solutions for bringing back passengers on a stand-alone basis for a small fee from abroad destinations to Germany, Austria and Switzerland.” It has a direct contact with the operator to contact the operator directly. The announcement followed by a decision by Germany’s Lufthansa to drop the plans to buy Niki from the bankrupt Air Berlin. Niki has around 20 aircraft and some 1,000 employees, flying to Europe and North Africa from Austria, Germany and Switzerland. Earlier Wednesday Niki Applied with a short in Berlin to open insolvency proceedings. The Austrian government said it was ready to help repatriate Niki passengers stranded abroad if necessary.

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