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Business aviation insider - Croatia island connection by air

As we informed before, Croatia was one of the first countries to reopen hotels after corona crisis. Obviously, you can find a lot of information regarding tourism opportunities in this country.  Tourism dominates the Croatian service sector and accounts for up to 20% of Croatian GDP.Among all services essential for tourism, aviation has an important role, including business aviation...

Business aviation insider: Jung Sky optimistic about the upcoming months

Numerous sources branded Croatia as a country that has dealt with Covid-19 very well. Therein lies a specific opportunity for business aviation services, especially in the context of nautical tourism which, being already a form of isolation from the rest of the community, minimizes the epidemiological risk.   Jung Sky, business aviation operator based in Zagreb, Croatia, loo...

A high-tech composite facility in Croatia by FACC

An important step in globalization of FACC, an investment of 30 million euros and as the result - a new production facility in Croatia.  Production in Croatia to begin in 2021! The plans for the set-up of the new facility were announced today in the presence of Andrej Plenkovic, Prime Minister of the Republic of Croatia and Darko Horvat, Minister of Economy, Entrepreneurship and...

Aero Standard is Daher TBM Service Center in Croatia

Daher expands its global support network for the TBM very fast turboprop aircraft with Aero Standard’s appointment as the Service Center in Croatia Daher announced the appointment of Aero Standard, an EASA Part 145 maintenance organization based at Zadar International Airport, as the Croatia Service Center for its TBM very fast turboprop aircraft.  This latest member of Daher&rsqu...

Croatian Seaplane Operators European Coastal Airlines Suspend All Flights

European Coastal Airlines, who operate seaplanes connecting Croatian islands with the mainland, have suspended operations after an investigation into the safety of the planes by a leading Croatian news portal… Index.hr published an article on Saturday 13 August 2016 questioning the safety and maintenance of the seaplanes, quoting former and current ECA employers. European Coastal Airlines CEO K...

Three European carriers eye stake in Croatia Airlines

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), the World Bank unit tasked by the Croatian government to find a suitable partner for Croatia Airlines (OU, Zagreb), has located three firms willing to invest in the airline. According to EX-YU Aviation News, sources close to the privatization process told the Večernji list newspaper that the firms include Lufthansa (LH, Frankfurt Int'l), Turkish...