Monthly Archives: October 2006


Swiss returns to Basel

Swiss has announced a major expansion of service from Basel’s EuroAirport. Predecessor Crossair had operated a substantial hub there, boasting at one point of “1180 jumps!” (possible connections). Following Crossair’s merger with the remnants of bankrupt Swissair to form Swiss, however, the Basel hub was all but dismantled. Only a […]


Centavia route to Podgorica also rejected

Belgrade-based Centavia has seen its second scheduled service rejected. A week after Croatian authorities denied it permission to operate to Zagreb, Montenegrin authorities have withdrawn its permission to fly to Podgorica, in Montenegro. The denial came on the day services were to begin, a day after Centavia had operated a […]


Club Air returns several BAe 146s

Club Air has returned its two oldest BAe 146s off lease. BAe 146-200 I-TERV (msn E2014) was ferried from Verona to Southend on 21 September, and I-TERB (msn E2012) followed on 18 October. I-TERB and I-TERV had been the airline’s first aircraft, when they delivered as G-DEFK and G-DEFL in […]

Club Air BAe 146 I-TERB

Centavia route to Zagreb rejected

Belgrade-based Centavia has been denied permission to operate charter services from the Belgrade to Zagreb. The services would have been the first to link the capitals of Serbia and Croatia in sixteen years, as all links were severed during the civil war that split Yugoslavia. The airline is also planning […]