Trade Air acquires fifth jet

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Croatian carrier Trade Air will soon take delivery of its fifth passenger aircraft. According to the “Avioradar” portal, the jet, an Airbus A319 formerly operated by FlyBosnia, is nineteen years old and carried the registration E7-FBA. Trade Air has been steadily expanding its fleet over the past few years and now boasts one Fokker 100, and three A320 jets, all of which are in service. Trade Air runs Public Service Obligation flights and ACMIs, as well as charter services from Ljubljana. In January, the airline launched a recruitment drive for twenty new cabin crew members.

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  1. Anonymous12:23

    Nice!

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  2. Anonymous12:37

    Bravo!

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  3. Anonymous13:00

    They are all in ! Sometimes you only need guts. Go Tradeair go :-)

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  4. Bravo! Odličan primer domaćinskog poslovanja u jednoj kompaniji.

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  5. good luck Trade Air!

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