pain: 30 state-run airports may be partially shut down soon due to cost-cutting operation

Posted on May 28, 2012 • Filed under: Spain, Travel News

Out of Spain’s 47 state-run airports, almost 30 may be partially shut soon as part of a cost-cutting operation by the Spanish government. A report in the Daily Telegraph says some of the worst performers include Badajoz which is located near the border with Portugal (and which has not been used for commercial flights since January), while Huesca in the Pyrenees welcomed less than 3,000 passengers who touched down on its runway during the whole of last year. Read article

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