Savings bank Delavska hranilnica has reportedly sold its outright stake in the operator of Maribor Edvard Rusjan Airport - Aerodrom Maribor. Its Chairman, Jože Stegne, has announced that a buyer has been found and that the bank would receive between three to four million euros from the sale. Delavska hranilnica, the largest of three union-controlled savings banks in Slovenia, has held a full stake in the operator of Maribor Airport since last June, while it bought a 57% stake in November 2014. "We will make profit on Aerodrom. A contract has been signed to sell it", Mr Stegne said in an interview last week, while failing to provide any details. The daily "Večer" has also reported that Delavska hranilnica had signed a contract for the sale of Maribor Airport with an undisclosed buyer. Mr Stegne had reportedly agreed with the buyer not to reveal its name to the public yet. He said that it was a strategic investor which would develop the airport. Meanwhile, the General Manager of Maribor Airport, Ladimir Brolih, said he knew nothing about the sale and that he could not comment on it. According to Delavska hranilnica's Chief Supervisor, Ivan Sotošek, the name of the buyer will be known soon, when the transaction is expected to be completed. Maribor Airport has no scheduled year-long flights. It handled 24.896 passengers in 2015.