Is it close the birth of a Central European Aviation Group?
Rumors become more insistent
Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia. These are the nations on which attention is being focused as regards the birth of a new civil aviation group. They are not countries mentioned at random: they are all part of the so-called “Visegrad” group, a cultural and political alliance for military, cultural, economic advancement and energy cooperation. The latest rumors refer to a union of forces in order to better manage European immigration and to give even greater strength to the main air carriers based in the territories just mentioned. Wizz Air, for example, is Hungarian and its numbers recorded in the difficult months of the health emergency (read also the article published by AVIONEWS) make us understand how encouraging the future is, perhaps with a larger support group.
The same can be said for Smartswings, which owns the Czech Airlines airline, the national airline of the Czech Republic. The Polish Lot Polish Airlines is another popular name that would make the merger of airlines even more powerful. The idea would be to replicate the experience of Air France-KLM or of Iag (International Airlines Group); the objective would also be to develop the traffic of European airports that are not so busy, all that remains is to wait for some more confirmation or a denial of the project.
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency