Adria airplane models on sale to raise claim funds

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The bankruptcy administrator of Slovenia’s former national flag carrier Adria Airways has put twenty collectable airplane models on sale in a bid to raise funds to cover over 87 million euros in claims being sought from the failed airline. The models of the Adria Airways Bombardier CRJ900 aircraft, sized 1/50 - 120 cm, are being sold as part of a single package at a starting price of 1.500 euros. The deadline for the submission of bids has been set for August 17. Those participating in the tender must also pay a 150 euro deposit. The bankruptcy administrator has been unsuccessfully attempting to sell a number of Adria’s assets over the past few months, among which are the airline’s brand name, cabin crew uniforms, catering items, pillows and airsickness bags, among others.

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  1. Anonymous13:40

    Hahah

    What next?

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    1. Anonymous13:57

      Toilet paper? In flight magazines? Menu cards?

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    2. Anonymous16:47

      Used toilet paper :D

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    3. Anonymous18:30

      Even better!

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    4. They missed the window for toilet paper

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  2. Anonymous13:59

    Maybe they can propose a retro check-in experience.

    LJU airport is empty anyway.

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  3. Anonymous15:40

    I want their used plastic glasses!!!!!!

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  4. Anonymous16:07

    They are so stupid to try to sell this as group merchandise. Thy should sell this by piece (internet or auction) for general public. On that way they will get much more money and at the end will sent those merchandise. On this way they did and will not.

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  5. Anonymous16:48

    No wonder they can't sell anything. Everything is so overpriced!

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  6. Anonymous17:55

    They're delusional.

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  7. Anonymous19:07

    Put it on an auction website. I am certain they would get more.

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  8. Anonymous06:37

    LOVE IT!

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  9. no dignity or respect whatsoever..

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