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New Croatian Carrier Set to Launch Flights

CroatiaCroatia is about to get yet another carrier with news that Adriatic Skyways will launch flights to and from Croatia this summer…

Adriatic Skyways, will operate flights using Fokker 50 and Fokker 100 aircrafts which it will access from its Dutch carrier partner Denim Air.

“Denim was carefully selected by Adriatic Skyways to become its single and exclusive airline partner. Denim has established an impressive track record as a regional aircraft operator”, said the airline, before adding.

“Adriatic Skyways has been established to promote and develop airline traffic from the Balkan region. We will focus on contacts with tour operators, local tourism agencies, hotels and governments in order to increase traffic and tickets sales from the region.” reported EX-YU Aviation News.

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