Croatia launches charter flight tender for five passengers

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The Croatian Interior Ministry has launched tender procedures for a charter flight between Zagreb and Cairo in order to repatriate five Egyptian nationals who entered the country illegally. The Ministry noted the tender, valued at almost 40.000 euros, is necessary as the coronavirus pandemic has significantly reduced the number of flights and connections available to Egypt. It added the charter service would be covered by European Union funds made available to Croatia. Under the tender conditions, the Zagreb - Cairo - Zagreb service must be run by February 20 and the aircraft operating the route must have two lavatories.

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  1. Anonymous11:08

    This is so bizarre I have no words.

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    1. Anonymous11:30

      This is daily routine around the world.

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    2. Anonymous13:09

      Exactly, UK has several of these sort of flights a week. Nothing bizzare about this, slow news day...

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    3. Anonymous16:22

      It's bizarre you are chartering a flight for 40,000 euros for 5 FIVE passengers.

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    4. Anonymous17:19

      I also agree it's very wasteful. You have deportation flights from Germany to the Ballans but the flight visits 5 cities in one go.

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  2. Anonymous11:12

    buy 5 tickets with TK i to je to

    apply the rest of the fund to the recently affected areas

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  3. Anonymous13:52

    Why does it have to be direct flight?

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  4. Anonymous14:54

    If you are able to find a third country willing to participate in this "transfer" .....

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    1. Anonymous17:10

      TK makes a good amount of money by deportation.

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  5. Anonymous17:17

    Smells like money laundering.

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  6. Anonymous17:31

    There is Croatian security staff which is following the 5 pax.
    They will use the EU funds.

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  7. Ingvarsson17:47

    Stupid waste of taxpayers' money.

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  8. Anonymous21:08

    Could OU make a profit operating an Airbus on this trip for 40,000 euros?

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