Sunday, August 23, 2015

Sea Air launches flights

Sea Air wet-leases B737-300 to commence services

Croatian start-up airline Sea Air, which delayed its launch on five different occasions, commenced flights this morning, operating its inaugural service from Osijek to Frankfurt. The airline has wet-leased a Boeing 737-300 aircraft from the Maltese aircraft management, charter, sales and maintenance company Maleth Aero. The eighteen year old jet features an all economy class cabin and has the capacity to seat 133 passengers. In a statement, the start-up said, “Sea Air will operate as a low cost airline, however, this will not reflect on our service. Our passengers are our guests and will be treated to an experience where safety and efficiency is our priority”. According to the airline, passengers will be served cold meals and beverages on all flights at no additional cost and will have the opportunity to check-in twenty kilograms of luggage free of charge.

Last week, Osijek Airport issued a strongly worded statement chastising the airline for delaying its launch since May. It said, “Sea Air’s actions have created big problems for us, as we were unable to fulfil projects with other companies in order to allow the airline to base an aircraft and hire at least ten staff. As a result, we no longer support this project”. Sea Air said its prior delays came as a result of operational issues and the inability to lease an aircraft. Its B737-300 arrived at Osijek Airport only yesterday afternoon. The airline hopes to attract passengers from Croatia, Hungary, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Sea Air has revised its planned operations and will now run services from Mostar and Sarajevo as well, in addition to Osijek. The airline will operate four weekly flights from Osijek to Frankfurt and three weekly services to both Munich and Stuttgart. Furthermore, flights between Mostar and Osijek will run three times per week and will connect onwards onto services to Germany starting August 31. On the other hand, services from Sarajevo to Kuwait City will operate three times per week from August 30. Flights from Mostar will be run for Sea Air on behalf of Ukrainian airline AeroJet, while services between Sarajevo and Kuwait will be operated by the Georgian carrier Luftline. Sea Air has previously said it sees great potential in the Bosnian market.

RouteLaunch dateDetails
Osijek - FrankfurtTODAYClick here
Osijek - MunichAUG 24Click here
Osijek - StuttgartAUG 24Click here
Sarajevo - Kuwait CityAUG 30Click here
Mostar - OsijekAUG 31Click here

53 comments:

  1. 'Our passengers are our guests and...'

    I hope they won't keep on calling their passengers guests, it's just weird.

    Here are some pictures of Sea Air, taken by Josip Andracic:

    https://scontent-vie1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpt1/t31.0-8/11926469_10204534986156359_8272964393929750379_o.jpg

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    1. Lufthansa crew call their passenger 'guests', yet they managed to reach a thing or two...

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  2. Boze, kakva glupost...........

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  3. Very funny. Kolko ce to trajati?

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  4. So they are starting flights at the end of August?
    Why did they waited the end of the tourist season to do so?
    They are an even worst outfit than SkyGreece....

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  5. Dali zna neko koliko putnika ima air serbia na liniji beograd bec? Juce sam leteo beg-vie sa air serbia airbus a320! Neznam tacno koliko je bilo putnika ali je avion bio dobro popunjen. Cesto letim tu liniju i drago mi je sto se koriste i drugi avioni umesto atr i sto vise ima putnika. Takodje se vidi da austrian na letovima za bg retko salje airbus flotu nego foker i dash!

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    1. Зима је проблем, посебно је попуњеност слаба на јутарњем поласку што је и логично. Зашто би неко устајао пре кокоши када има неколико полазака касније током дана, укључујући и Остријан.

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    2. Dali bi mogao da nam učiniš uslugu i pišeš da li i ne znam odvojeno...?

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    3. @11:25 jel ovako kao ti? ;)

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    4. U odlasku juče i danas (ujutru atr, popodne 320/737) puni, u povratku atr-ovi skoro puni, 320/737 poluprazni.

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    5. @11:25 *Da li
      @12:33 *Je l'
      Sedi jedan.

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    6. @2:20 Jel nije greska.. "je li", kad se piše skraćeno, može se pisati sastavljeno-"jel'", i rastavljeno-"je l'". U nekim pravopisima je ovako, a u nekim onako. Evo i rasprave o tome: http://www.vokabular.org/forum/index.php?topic=650.0

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    7. Ja sam 11:25 i to je bio sarkazam dragi moji :)

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    8. Mene su ucili da je sarkazam nesto drugo ali ok.. živ bio ;)

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    9. Za komentar 11:25 ako ti je jedino pravopis problem seratoru onda ti svaka cast! Razumeo si pitanje onda se prosipaj pamet nego odgovori na pitanje!

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  6. More airlines, more opportunity, more choice, more freedom to travelling. Life is all about that... Who don't like that fact is big bed luck. Peace to all who fly. Irrelevant who, where they flaing. Be happy. Chance to all. Be fair. Good luck!😊✈🌏☀. Rodney Son & Co. Kraljevo✈Sydney.

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    1. Roki, meni ne znači ništi ako ima veliki izbor letova, aviokompanija, da kad kupim kartu moram da se molim bogu da li će aviokompanija postojati za dve nedelje kada treba da letim. The point being that governments must regulate airlines for safety and other reasons. I would rather have fewer but dependable airlines.

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    2. Gospodine Anon 3:20 PM, ako vama nista ne znaci izbor, nemora ni da znaci. Vasa volja... Ako se molite Bogu dali ce postojati avio kompanoja za dve nedelje... Pa Vi tovarite brigu prije nego ako se dogodi, ako tako u zivotu postupate?. Vas je izbor sa kime ce te leteti. Za tu kompaniju kupujete kartu sa njom letite. U izuzetnim slucajevima se dogadj endorsement karte. Izbor je izbor... Stose tice legaliteta, licence, bezbednosti kompanije u to se nebih upustao u dalju polemiku. Osnovni razlog nova avio kompanija nije iz Srbije, pa sebi ne dozvoljavam da budem nepristojan unapred. Bilo u kom smislu. Dobre misli i zelju da iznesem prema kompaniji i pojedincima, ukljucujuci i Vas, jeste moj izbor. Nacin zivljenja u zadnjih pedeset godina. Od kada letim avionima, sirom planete. Sta moze da se dogodi, sta sve malciozni ljudi prizivaju to je licna stvar svakoga od nas. Pozeleti uspeh bilo kome na planeti, sto se letenja tice jeste osnov svakog ko radi, bavi se komercijalnim vazduhoplovstvom. Drugom nacinu izbora ne pripadam. Ako kompanija ne ispunjava svoje postojanje, onda nestaje. Ali ne sta ako... Pa nista unapred ''prorokovati''. Leteti sa kim se zeli i moze. Ostalo je bezkorisna polemika. ''Govor'te usta da niste pusta''. Nikada, nigde mi nije nametano sa kime hocu da letim. Sam biram. Uvek. Pustimo ljude da lete sa kime mogu i hoce. Prijatno nedeljno popopdne. Ako letite bilio gde, bilo s'kim, srecan Vam put, miran let!. Uzivajte. Spozdravom Rodney. Ktaljevo✈Sydney.

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    3. Eto, da se čika Rodni pita nikakvih regulativa i propisa ne bi ni bilo. Vasa je volje da li ce vas prevariti, pa izvolite ;)

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    4. ako vama nista ne znaci izbor, nemora ni da znaci.

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    5. Naravno da je izbor bitan, ali ne izmedju lošeg i lošijeg.

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  7. Why isn't http://www.aviatica.rs/ available anymore?

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  8. What about Sea Air flight from KWI to SJJ. Is it allowed for them to land in SJJ at 02.00a.m. As I know SJJ is closed at that time.

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    1. Yep, sure is - this says it all .... so much for this company and its fate going forward .... People be warned ... Do NOT buy any tkts with this company ....

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  9. Zašto Limitless-ov Erbas 9A-SLA upravo leti od Herakliona za Rigu? Jel nedeljom nemaju letove iz Rijeke pa ovako upošljavaju avion? Čini mi se da su oni ako ne najzdraviji ono bar najozbiljniji od ovih hrvatskih kompanija koje niču kao pečurke posle kiše.

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    1. Da, oni lete za jednu balticku kompaniju kad ne lete iz Rijeke. U Rijeku se vracaju s intenzivnijim letovim u 9 mjesecu kad pocinju letjeti iz nekoliko finskih i svedskih zr. luka za Rijeku.

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  10. Sea Air is now listed on Frankfurt Airport website. Arrival expected at 15.30!

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  11. Totalan promasaj kompanije je sto su uzeli 733 .
    Cisto sumnjam da ce nesto bog zna uspeti.
    INN-NS

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    1. Haven't you seen Air Serbia fleet?

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    2. Razlika je ako imate Avion u vlasnistvu ili ako je iznajmljen ;)
      INN-NS

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    3. Razlika je i u godinama kao i u stanju samog aviona... sto ti ocigledno ne znas.

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    4. Pa znam ja to jako dobro ali jos ako avion koliko trosi mnogo plus je na lizingu ne isplati se .
      bolje da su iznajmili stariji 738.
      INN-NS

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    5. Eto, opet dokazujes kako ne znas... bas moze da se napuni B738 iz Osijeka, grada gde i je trenutno primarna baza. Eh Marko, aj na spavanje.

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    6. Da projekat nije ono sto jeste otvorili bi ga u ZAG a ne mislim da je sra..e .
      I u ZAG bi se isplatio kao lcc sa 738.
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  12. Hope they will succeed. We need more new like this one. Good luck, guys!

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    1. They are like Bosnian Wand Airlines. I give them a month.

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  13. Sea Air flight arrived in FRA 15 minutes early.

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    1. Any idea on the loads?

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  14. OT: Imagine Air Serbia livery on this Qatar A330 video at Belgrade:

    https://youtu.be/QT-WGyhpEnE?t=14s

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    1. I can't... I'm sorry

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    2. Tvoj problem druže ;)

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    3. Doce uskoro a najdraze mi je sto ce doci i radnici Tehnike mogu ga gledati svaki dan =D
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    4. Ti napadas Tehniku a nikada nisi leteo za beogradskog aerodroma. Paradajz patriotizam.

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    5. Sta ti znaci to 'doce'? Dolce? Dolce&Gabbana?

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    6. Obilazim vas ja kao kontrola ;)
      INN-NS

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    7. hahahahaha jaoj kako se ovde pravis... verovatno jer si niko i nista u stvarnosti.

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    8. Pa kako tek sad doce? A ja bio siguran vec odavno doso i poco letove za Kinu :)

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  15. Coming back from FRA in 15min --> see flightradar24.com

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  16. And check up their prices on website... 200eur Osijek-Munich, 270eur Osijek-Fra... realy low cost, no problem there... :/

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  17. OT: 2 747F freighters at BEG tomorrow, one to Bourgas, the other one to Kabul via Baku, Azerbaijan.

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  18. Well, leasing, paying, maintaining a boeing instead of a sufficient and efficient prop must be evidence that they either have enormous unknown funds in the background or that they are somewhat delusional and suicidal. I know an atr could not fly the kuwaiti route but that cant be viable enough to justify flying around whole week with a boeing.

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