Air France to wet-lease Trade Air jet


Air France has concluded a wet-lease agreement with Croatian ACMI (aircraft, crew, maintenance, insurance) specialist Trade Air for a Fokker 100 aircraft. The French carrier will utilise the jet and crew from the end of March on flights from Clermont-Ferrand and Rennes to Amsterdam for the duration of the summer season. Trade Air recently announced it was seeking to buy its second Airbus A320 aircraft. The airline has been in operation since 1994 and currently owns and operates one A320, as well as two F100s. Furthermore, it leases a Jetstream J32 turboprop to perform a range of public service obligation flights between Croatian cities.


  1. Good job tradeair. But I wonder why OU doesn’t lease their aircrafts again. 100 seats aircraft seems do be a good solution for some routes

  2. Anonymous20:04

    But why doesn't Trade Air use it in Croatia?

    1. Anonymous20:16

      Already too much supply and seats from Croatia. It also depends on the price AF will pay to lease and if it compensates the company.

    2. Anonymous00:47

      Great work Tradeair!
      The company is growing slowly but wisely!


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