Trade Air delays resumption of domestic flights


Trade Air has pushed back the resumption of its Public Service Obligation (PSO) domestic flights for a second time due to the Croatian government’s delay in finalising the PSO contracts. Services were initially to commence on July 4 but were then moved to July 18 and have now been delayed until August 1. Trade Air, which has maintained a considerable number of PSO flights in the past, was forced to suspended all of its domestic operations at the start of May due to the government’s heavily delayed and prolonged process in selecting new PSO operators, despite only two airlines applying and being awarded the services, the other being Croatia Airlines. Trade Air plans to lease a Saab 340 to maintain the domestic operations.


  1. Anonymous10:41

    It's not tradeair its croatian government, I'm sure they want to start asap

  2. Anonymous11:52

    Do they still plan to use the Let L-410 Turbojet?

    1. Anonymous11:53


    2. Anonymous11:53

      No it says in the article that they will lease a Saab.

  3. Anonymous12:16

    In August and the season is almost over.

  4. Anonymous10:18

    Bravo Hrvatska!


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