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DWF advise Enter Air in obtaining financing under the PFR Financial Shield for Large Companies

12 February 2021
Global legal business, DWF, have advised Polish charter airline, Enter Air in the process of obtaining financing under the PFR Financial Shield for large companies.

Global legal business, DWF, have advised Polish charter airline, Enter Air in the process of obtaining financing under the PFR Financial Shield for large companies.

DWF's Poland office have advised Enter Air in the financing, which will see Enter Air receive PLN 287 million to cover the costs of current operations and ensure financial stability during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The legal team of DWF Poland was led by Tomasz Kaczmarek (Local Partner), alongside Rafał Woźniak, (Local Partner), Krzysztof Kropidłowski (Counsel), Mateusz Baszczyk (Senior Associate) and Adrian Ziółkowski (Junior Associate). Supervision and strategic support was provided by Michał Pawłowski, Managing Partner.

Tomasz Kaczmarek, Local Partner at DWF Poland, commented, "Enter Air is an excellent example of how a business can be actively and effectively managed in times of a pandemic. Obtaining support from PFR is the best proof of this."

Michał Pawłowski, Managing Partner at DWF Poland, also added, "We are delighted, that in such a difficult time for the entire economy, we could support the Enter Air Group in obtaining support under the PFR Financial Shield programme. Enter Air Group is our long-term partner, with whom we have been cooperating practically from the beginning of its operations and we are happy to observe its dynamic development and assist them obtaining this financing".

Enter Air, a Polish charter airline established in 2009, is a leading company in the aviation sector in Poland and the second largest airline in the region. Enter Air has seven permanent operational bases in Europe and a fleet of 23 Boeing 737 NG and two Boeing 737 MAX.

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