French authorities will provide financial support to the country’s airports

By | June 12, 2020
French authorities will provide financial support to the country's airports

The French authorities will send over 15 billion euros to the aircraft building industry since the coronavirus has affected it quite seriously.
French authorities will allocate 300 million euros to support airports in the context of a coronacrisis, said the ministry of comprehensive environmental transformations. About it, on Friday, June 12

“The state will allocate 300 million euros to cover the costs of airports,” the ministry’s website said.

Also, airline employees will be able to receive partial unemployment benefits until the end of summer. And companies with less than 250 employees will receive an exemption from the payment of contributions by entrepreneurs paid or deferred from March to June.

Earlier, France said it was opening borders for tourists from EU countries and several other European countries.

Also, President Emmanuel Macron announced the “return of happy days” to France. The resumption of cafes and restaurants will enable the French to regain the French spirit, the head of state said.

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