UAE businessman acquires Adria brand

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Muneef Tarmoom, a businessman and investor from the United Arab Emirates, acquired the Adria Airways brand name, which was sold for 33.000 euros in February as part of the former national carrier’s bankruptcy proceedings. Mr Tarmoom has worked in various managerial roles and is the co-founder of the Abu Dhabi Equity Partners Fund. A UK resident, he holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Strathclyde as well as a BA in Business Studies from the Middlesex University. His motive for the brand purchase in unknown. In addition to the name, the package also includes three different logos, as well as the web domains adria.si, flyadria.si, adria-airways.si, afs.si, adria-airways.com, adria.ba, adria.mk and adriaairways.me.

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  1. Anonymous13:51

    DXB-LJU please

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    1. Anonymous13:54

      Can't operate flights with just a brand...

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  2. Anonymous17:02

    It would be really nice to see Adria back in the sky ��

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    1. Anonymous20:33

      at least IBERIA is coming to LJ back this summer...

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    2. Anonymous20:42

      Where did you get these news?

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    3. Anonymous21:08

      FB and IG ...

      https://www.instagram.com/p/CONLw91KTcF/

      https://www.facebook.com/iberia/videos/804017666883138

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    4. Anonymous21:12

      It's so sad actually. They decided to launch it because they asked people to write in social media in the comments a city. Ljubljana Airport then begged its social media followers to write Ljubljana. I mean if that is the only way you can get a new route...

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    5. Anonymous21:27

      you must be super naive to believe they decided to launch a route based on social media votes ... it's called marketing ;) the route way planned in 2020 already...

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    6. Anonymous21:28

      It doesnt matter which way they got it, the only thing that matters is that Iberia is back in LJU

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  3. Anonymous21:04

    This is a very clever move. For a bargain he obtained a very valuable name. Sooner or later this could be an umbrella name for a regional airline and /or airline alliance.

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    1. Anonymous21:54

      There is no way people in Serbia will be happy to fly an Adriatic whatever. Maybe a combined Croatia+Adria for those two countries.

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  4. brand+aoc would make sense, but what to do with brand alone...

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  5. Anonymous17:22

    Maybe could be estableshed like fly bosnia.

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