Maribor airport Chinese tenants are late to pay the rent for three months. On the other hand, the state calls for more than EUR 3 million in state aid.
Over the past two months, the Chinese have not paid rent for Edvard Rusjan Airport's Maribor Airport infrastructure. When the November rent is due on November 15th, Planet-TV has a debt of almost 300,000 euros.
With China's second largest airport, the Chinese did not really prove themselves, but at the same time they do not only require the state to grant them a 50-year license and give state space plans for extending the runway and also grant state aid. In the meantime, only the airline, this summer, the only regular airline was removed.
Finally paid in August
Before Maribor Airport stopped hiring at Edvard Rusja's Maribor airport, the Ministry of Infrastructure requested state aid of more than EUR 3.2 million.
The reason for termination of the rent may be the rejection of the state aid application. Finally, the rent was paid in August 2018.
The director and procurator did not find suppliers
Today there was no leader at Maribor Airport Lingkun Meng not as an agent make gros. Planet TV's questions were addressed to SHS Aviation's e-mail address owned by Maribor Airport.
As the reply that Meng has been signed, the failure to pay the last two monthly rentals is not a result of economic difficulties, but of the objective circumstances the state is aware of. However, the current financial risk has led to unclear timetables for the adoption of state procedures.
If there is no expansion, they are producing suitcases
An investor would informally inform informally that he will produce boxes if the national territorial plan does not cover the extension of an existing bearish track with 800 meters to 3300 meters. But these plans the locals do not entirely agree.
"People do not just in Miklavž, but more broadly, think the same way and in the same way. The expansion of the airport does not produce any good, but on the contrary, this would only mean the burden on the environment and a significant deterioration in the quality of our lives," said Simla Marko,
They believe that the current infrastructure at Maribor Airport already meets its potential.
"If we look at this airport in the current infrastructure, 600,000 passengers and 50,000 tonnes of freight travel annually, which is almost the same as Zagreb, Brnik Airport and Graz," warns Marko.
They want development, but they do not want the polluter
And they think of megalomania plans in the neighboring Maribor airport.
"We want to develop the airport because it implicitly indirectly benefits us also from all the inhabitants of the region, but we do not want the polluter that would cause the region to break down," believes Filip Tobias, president of Maribor's ŠD Aerodromskeskus.