in a Swedish municipality - and privately-owned airports are making huge deficits every year, and, as the ROTOR is reported, a risk that more of them will soon go under if no action is taken. Not only does it threaten the availability of land, but also in the Swedish response to, for example, the great fire.
in the Spring of 2018 decided in the ministry of industry to review the state of the non-state-owned airports and the state's role as a supplier of aid to them. The idea was to bring a proposal for action and change could be on the table before the end of the year 2018.
it has been postponed several times. For the first time until 31 march 2019, according to the people who took part in the review process. Then, one more time, and there is no end date.
Peter Larsson, president and ceo of the association of Swedish regional airports, says that if nothing is done to change the situation and so are many of the smaller airports in a lot of trouble. In particular, if the passagerarsiffrorna, as in many of the airports are pulled in by 2019, will continue in the same direction.
" The government will take up the revision now and will be using it on. We find the questions they are asking that they take on, and can see the problem, but it's nothing, " he said. < / span> , which is still in progress, it is called a flygplatsöversynen. The view of the authorities involved, as is Peter Larsson, has been that it would result in some sort of package.
The three parties involved, the authorities – the Swedish road administration, the Swedish transport agency and the traffic analysis system – was a first step in the assignment is to develop a basis for ”a wider survey and a description of the current situation”.
It was at the time, and then we would go into the second phase of ”the development of the proposed action.”
and in the account of the ministry of industry, which is the DN part of the show that all the three agencies had submitted their documentation by september 2018 at the latest.
and Then we would go into the second phase of ”the development of the proposals for action”, but none of the authorities, the investigators, who were involved in phase one had any further information. The infrastrukturdepartementet reference is made to the work of the review is an ongoing process, and there is no end date.
for more information, see the Airports that are in dire financial crisis.