Croatia Airlines may seek to revamp its fleet after its current restructuring program is completed in 2015. The Croatian flag carrier, which currently has a fleet of two Airbus A320s, four A319s and six Bombardier Dash 8 Q400s, is considering acquiring aircraft in the 100-seat category, a spokesman told ATW in a statement. If a decision was made today, “then it would most likely be an Embraer,” but “later this year and in the beginning of 2015 the company will seriously ...

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