The airport in Västerås, sweden, will be shut down

for the social democrats, the green Party and the Liberal party, has decided to close down the airport in new orleans. The centre, which is also a part of the r

The airport in Västerås, sweden, will be shut down

for the social democrats, the green Party and the Liberal party, has decided to close down the airport in new orleans. The centre, which is also a part of the ruling majority, are opposed to the closures, according to the very large TELESCOPE.

the Reason for that is that the airport is struggling financially. Last year, the deficit of just over sek 24 million. The ruling means that the flygplatsbolaget will receive a directive on the making of a winding up, but the closure may take a few more years, the paper said.

the castle is today the low-cost carrier Ryanair flights to Alicante, Malaga and London.

" You can't fly very far from new orleans. We know that there are stockholm Arlanda airport, which is valid. For most people, it is clear that we need to invest in the stockholm Arlanda airport, in the place, " says the mayor, Anders Teljebäck (S) to the TELESCOPE.
”in the Midst of a global " climate crisis”
He believes that the money that has been pumped out of the airport, it can be put to better use in schools and care facilities. The MP leader, Markus Lindgren, I also think that the decision is well-timed.

" It feels like we are moving, in the case of a question which we have to work for a long time. In the midst of a global crisis, we can't give priority to the airline industry, which we have done, it is an option.

The local L-top, The Brandberg, is saying to the TELESCOPE in collaboration with the Centre may be affected by the decision.

" If the Centre party actively sabotaging the policy now, so that we may not be able to carry it out, then, that co-operation may be difficult.

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Updated Date: 10 March 2020, 11:00

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