AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Dutch airline KLM has paid back the last part of loans granted by the Dutch government during the COVID-19 pandemic, it said on Thursday.
The Dutch arm of airline group Air France-KLM said it had paid back 277 million euros ($289.2 million) after earlier repayments totalling 665 milion euros.
The airline had been given 942 million euros in loans by the Dutch state in 2020 as the pandemic crippled international travel.
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(Reporting by Bart Meijer; Editing by David Goodman)