Wednesday August 5, 2020

EUjet loses potential investors as parent company sells airport

EUjet, the Shannon-based airline in examinership, suffered another blow last week when a number of potential investors backed out folllowing the sale of a prime asset by the airline's parent company.

27th August, 2005

EUjet, the Shannon-based airline in examinership, suffered another blow last week when a number of potential investors backed out folllowing the sale of a prime asset by the airline's parent company.

British airport operator Planestation, which bought EUjet last year, sold Kent International Airport for stg£17 million to Infratil, owners of Glasgow Prestwick airport.

Planestation is currently in administration and its stock listing has been suspended.

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