Slovenia-based Adria Airways (JP) plans to announce a fleet restructuring program by fall and has denied media reports of a possible merger.
Adria Airways A320. By Rob Finlayson Slovenia-based Adria Airways (JP) plans to announce a fleet restructuring program by fall (ATW Daily News, March 30) and has denied media reports of a possible merger. CEO Klemen Bostjancic told ATW the carrier will phase out its two Airbus A319s and one A320 due to overcapacity. “Our fleet is the biggest challenge for us. It is not ideal for our market,” he said, pointing out that the carrier’s Bombardier CRJ200 “is not ...
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