VILNIUS – As the number of flights serviced in Lithuania's airspace plunged 82 percent last week, Marius Beliunas, the acting CEO of the country's flight management company, Oro Navigacija (Air Navigation), says the situation in Lithuania is better then in the rest of Europe where the number of flights has gone down 89.3 percent, and hopes the situation will start improving in the summer already.
"This change in Europe matched the pessimistic scenario of the European Organization for the Safety of Air Navigation, EUROCONTROL, of the change in the flows ...
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