Can you run an airline with only 73 employees? If you don't have to pay them
, yes (in Hungary);
Sólyom Airways has informed the company's 73 employees that it will not be able to pay their September salaries after the failure of talks with a potential investor from Oman to produce an agreement....
Sólyom Airways managing director János Lucsik nevertheless reassured on the ATV program that the lack of payroll for September is "not the end of the airline" and claimed that at least two airplanes could be flying regular flights right now due to the "serious volume of orders" for travel.
At least they have health care;
Sólyom Airways CEO József Vágó told local media as late as October 2 that the airline intended to fill the gap left when former Hungarian national-carrier Malév went bankrupt last year and to obtain its operating licenses by the middle of this month.
On Tuesday, Vágó was hospitalized for undisclosed reasons and thus did not appear on ATV.
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