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Infographic: Croatia Airlines' Fleet Changes, 2006-16

Croatia Airlines has two fewer Airbus A320-200s and no ATR 42-300/-320s now than a decade ago, but it has added some aircraft as well.

Croatia Airlines, with its main hub at Zagreb Airport, began as Zagreb Airlines in 1989. In 2006, the airline fully implemented electronic tickets, and a letter of intent for business cooperation was signed with Lufthansa Technik. A decade later, Croatia Airlines has two fewer Airbus A320-200s and no ATR 42-300/-320s, but it has added six DHC-8-400s and one Fokker 100 (F-20-0100). Silvestar Špehar, production planning and control manager for Croatia Airlines, will be speaking during the opening panel, Customer Speak Out, during Aviation Week's MRO Europe conference, Oct. 18-20.

See more fleet comparison infographics from Fleet Discovery: Alaska Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, Air Canada, American AirlinesJetBlueSouthwestLufthansaKLM Royal Dutch AirlinesRyanairAir FranceBritish AirwaysEasyJetNorwegian Air Shuttle and Scandinavian Airlines System.
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