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16-Sep-2020 9:52 PM

Gdansk Airport president optimistic on long term traffic outlook

Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport president Tomasz Kloskowski said (16-Sep-2020) he is optimistic about the long term outlook of the aviation industry, predicting that the airport will return to 2019 passenger traffic levels in three years time. Mr Kloskowski noted that while "all airports and airlines in Poland, Europe, and the world are in trouble", Gdansk Airport's situation is "stable" with "no risk of bankruptcy or loss of financial liquidity". He concluded that he is "convinced that confidence in flying will grow" and that growth will return in 2021 as long as the COVID-19 pandemic is carefully managed medically, economically and politically. [more - original PR - Polish]

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