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Kriber seeks to re-open Ciduad Real airport

by Matt Falcus

The abandoned Ciudad Real AirportNew Spanish startup carrier Kriber Airlines has made clear it plans to purchase the abandoned Ciudad Real airport in a bid to create a hub for passenger and cargo flights.

The airport was opened in 2010 and it was hoped it could relieve the crowded Madrid Barajas airport 200km to the north. However, flights did not materialise and the facility was abandoned in 2012.

Kriber hopes to purchase the airport for EUR40 million, and create up to 1,500 jobs.

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