A loan of 6 billion euros to pilot airline Air France-KLM through the corona crisis is “realistic”. That said the French Secretary of State for Transport Jean-Baptiste Djebbari on the French news channel LCI.
Reuters news agency previously reported on the basis of insiders that the French-Dutch aviation combination is discussing emergency loans totaling EUR 6 billion. France and the Netherlands would like to guarantee that credit.
“You are talking about an amount that is not unrealistic, I can confirm,” said Djebbari when the French television channel asked him about that amount. He added that the French Ministry of Finance is still negotiating with the Netherlands for a support package for Air France-KLM.
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