Trade Air confirmed to the editorial board of Croatian Aviation that the Croatian private airline is expanding its fleet and will soon take over the A319!
The private Croatian airline will soon expand its fleet. The fifth plane is coming to Zagreb, the first A319!
Trade Air has 3 A320 aircraft in its fleet, the last of which (9A-BTI) joined the fleet in the summer of 2020. The company also has one F100 aircraft, and is one of the few in Europe to have this type of aircraft in its fleet. Given that the A319 aircraft will soon enter the company, Once when F100 will be out of service, Trade Air will unify its fleet and use only aircraft from the Airbus A320 family.
The A319 aircraft previously flew for FlyBosnia and was manufactured in 2002. for Finnair. The plane is located in the United States, so the Trade Air team will travel to the USA in April.
Trade Air carefully monitors the market situation and in these challenging times very often has all aircraft engaged in charter operations, while one A320 is based in Pristina in ACMI lease for Air Mediterranean.
If the situation with the global pandemic allows it, the aircraft of this private airline will be based across Europe during upcoming summer months.
Congratulations to Trade Air!