Trade Air relocates Tel Aviv-based jet


Croatia’s ACMI specialist Trade Air has relocated one of its Airbus A320 aircraft (registered 9A-BTI) out of Tel Aviv, following the latest eruption of violence in the country. The jet is currently being wet-leased to Israel’s Israir Airlines. The aircraft, now stationed in Larnaca, is expected to continue operating between Cyprus and Tel Aviv, shuttling a significant number of people wishing to both return to Israel, as well as leave the country.


  1. Anonymous13:44

    Bravo Hrvatska!

    1. Anonymous17:14

      Excuse me, but what for exactly?!
      This is the private company protecting their property!

    2. Anonymous17:27

      Maybe try reading anything, the article is only 3 sentences.

    3. Anonymous00:53

      Really bravo rvatska. Croatia couldn't repatriat it's citizens with national carrier and they did it with foreign carrier. Well done rvatska

    4. Anonymous08:40

      What difference does it make, which carrier was used to repatriate our citizens?

    5. Anonymous18:47

      Well, when you have a national carrier that doesn't connect its citizens to the world except through LH hubs, that hasn't turned profitable in the 30+ years of operations, and then fails to even help evacuate its own citizens from a war-torn area, one might question the purpose of its continued existence.

  2. Anonymous15:52

    So sad.

  3. Anonymous00:44

    They canceled Israir wet lease all together and aircraft is returning to Zagreb


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