The German regional airport Paderborn-Lippstadt was hit hard by the corona crisis. The supervisory board has now decided that the management will file for bankruptcy with the court this week. However, self-administration is also requested.
The "New Westphalian”Reports that this type of reorganization should reduce the costs of the necessary restructuring by around 600.000 euros. The downside is that Paderborn Airport is to be reduced to a capacity of just 300.000 travelers per year. Only 170 of the 60 jobs are to be kept, which is why many people are now threatened with unemployment.