Sliac Airport gets NATO injection

Sliac Airport, which is classed as an international airport and mostly serves for military purposes, is set to get a cash injection from NATO to be modernised, states newswire TASR.

No flights have been made at the airport since 2007 and it has been closed for reconstruction since April 2009, but with a EUR 5 million investment endorsed and to be paid for by NATO, it should reopen again in April of this year.

The airport will establish a stock house for propellants and oils, with the schedule citing 2012 as the completion date.

An international tender will be called soon for parties interested in the order.

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