Adria Airways uniforms put up for sale


Assets belonging to Slovenia’s former flag carrier Adria Airways, which declared bankruptcy last September, are being put up for sale, with tender procedures launched for 1.734 crew uniforms. The starting price for the clothing items has been set at 50.000 euros, with bids below the determined value not to be taken into consideration. Interested parties will also be required to make a 5.000 euro deposit. The deadline for the submission of bids has been set for April 14, 2020. The bankruptcy administrator will select the winner within fifteen days of the deadline.


  1. Anonymous14:10

    OMFG! This ppl gonna announce sale of used tissues at the end!

  2. Anonymous14:18

    Excellent timing. Economy is booming and people and companies have a lot of spare money for such adventures.

  3. Anonymous14:43

    LOL are they used

  4. Anonymous14:49

    Of course this is for used uniforms right? Employees had to return them at the end... But I remember some student workers didn't have to return their uniform, does that mean they can now sell them to corporations as well and make some money? (haha)


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