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.
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