Adria wet-leases Embraer jet

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Adria Airways has wet-leased an Embraer E145 jet from BMI Regional over the peak summer months. The aircraft in question, registered G-CKAF, is just over twenty years old. In a statement, the carrier said, "The 49-seat Embraer 145 aircraft will fly mainly on newly opened routes: Sofia, Geneva, Bucharest, Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Dubrovnik and Brač". The jet entered into service this morning and is operated by foreign crew. The Slovenian carrier has also been wet-leasing a Carpatair Fokker 100 for the duration of the summer. It comes after the airline launched seven new routes these past few months but has been temporarily blocked from operating six Saab 2000 turboprop aircraft it plans to lease. The aircraft are now expected to enter into service for Adria in September.

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  1. What is the age of the Carpatair Fokker 100?

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  2. it says everything how many passangers they transport on the new routes

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    1. Instead of trying to do what everyone else is doing they are trying to fill a niche. There are not many 50 seat operators in the region and that leaves some space open for Adria. It remains to be seen whether 50-seat operations are profitable in this day and age and with Adria’s business model.

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    2. The new dest need time. Time most mgts nowadays dont allow anymore
      DBV has stupid traveldays, no wonder it doesnt works. Also mgts are to greedy and instead of opening 2 or just 3 new destinations with a reasonable schedule; they had to open 7 from where flts often are cxl due to lack of crew or other reasons

      I had Swiss and American friends visiting Austria and Brac and flew with JP. 8 passengers and all of them had bad experience with delays, flt cxl or reroutings ZRH via BRU or MUC to LJU

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    3. I think can't be better than WAW and PRG an these are lousy. I know, because I fly myself from time to time

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  3. Imajo več različnih avionov kot ciganka otrok. Na ja. ČE so najeti, verjetno to ne pomeni dodatnih stroškov.

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    1. Bolj blesavega komentarja pa še ne...

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    2. Glavno, da si ti pameten

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  4. Off topic but haven`t received an answer yet: why doesn´t Ljubljana have bookable flights to Berlin with Easyjet from october on, if it is a year round service and the other airports, that got this flight already do?

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