State-owned Croatia Airlines will receive a government cash injection, while another southeast European carrier, Adria Airways, is scrambling to find investors and resume full operations. Croatia’s Ministry of Sea, Transport and Infrastructure approved HRK250 million ($37 million) in financial aid for the national flag carrier—HRK100 million this year and the remainder in 2020. Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said stabilizing the airline is necessary for developing ...

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