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Adria Airways files for bankruptcy, cancels all flights

Adria Airways made this announcement:

On Monday, September 30, 2019, Adria Airways filed a motion for bankruptcy proceedings of the company at the Kranj District Court.

Bankruptcy proceedings were initiated by the management of the company because of the company’s insolvency and based on the Slovenian Financial Operations, Insolvency Proceedings, and Compulsory Dissolution Act (ZFPPIPP) which obligates the management of a company in the position of Adria Airways to file for bankruptcy proceedings of the company.

The court has a three-day statutory period within which it shall decide on the opening of bankruptcy proceedings.

The company announces that it will cancel all scheduled flights due to initiation of bankruptcy proceedings.

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Adria Airways temporarily ceases flight operations on most of its flights

Adria Airways made this announcement:

Adria Airways announces that, as from 23:30 (LT) on September 23, 2019, it will temporarily (on Tuesday, September 24 and Wednesday, September 25) cease majority of its flight operations.

During these two days, the company will maintain a connection to its most important hub in Frankfurt. The airline will operate on Tuesday, September 24, a flight from Frankfurt to Ljubljana and on Wednesday, September 25, a flight from Ljubljana to Frankfurt.

Adria Airways advises its passengers to check who their carrier is before they arrive at the airport and if it is Adria Airways then they should contact sales offices where tickets were purchased.

Company is at this point intensively searching solutions in cooperation with potential investor. Goal of everyone involved is to make Adria Airways fly again according to the schedule and that ceasing of certain operations is indeed temporarily.

The company deeply regrets the situation and apologizes to all its passengers and partners.

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Adria Airways cancels its lease of 15 Sukhoi Superjet 100s

Adria Airways has announced it has cancelled the lease of 15 Sukhoi Superjet 100s.

Sukhoi issued this statement:

In response to the Adria Airways’ release about cancelling the SSJ100 order for its fleet, the manufacturer of the type of the aircraft states the following:

In November 2018 there was a preliminary agreement achieved about the delivery of 15 aircraft to Adria Airways in 2019. The Agreement was supposed to be transferred to the firm order.

The institutions that were to provide the financing, after consideration the Adria Airways financial report for 2018, recommended SCAC to cancel the deal in order to factor out the losses. The recommendations were accepted and the work was stopped.

The delivery of the aircraft is impossible without the firm order.

Adria Airways recapitalizes with an injection of 4 million euros

Adria Airways issued this statement:

The announced recapitalization of Adria Airways in the amount of 4 million euros is completed. The capital injection of at least 10 million euros is planned for the first quarter of 2019.

The recapitalization of Adria Airways in the amount of 4 million euros is completed. The payment will be intended for further business development and growth of the Slovenian airline.

The capital injection of at least 10 million euros is planned for the first quarter of 2019.

Photo: Adria Airways.

Adria Airways starts service to Southend today

Adria Airways SAAB 2000 S5-AFJ (msn 011) SEN (Keith Burton). Image: 944307.

Adria Airways today (November 8) started a new route from Paderborn, Germany to Southend. The pictured SAAB 2000 S5-AFJ (ex HB-IZH) operated the first flight.

The new route will operate three days a week.

Top Copyright Photo (all others by Adria): Adria Airways SAAB 2000 S5-AFJ (msn 011) SEN (Keith Burton). Image: 944307.

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Bombardier’s CRJ Series now certified to operate at up to ISA+40°C

Adria Airways Bombardier CRJ900 (CL-600-2D24) S5-AFC (msn 15090) ZRH (Andi Hiltl). Image: 942260.

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced today that its CRJ700 and CRJ900 Aircraft are now certified to operate at a higher temperature. The CRJ Series obtained a new International Standard Atmosphere certification (ISA + 40 degrees Celsius) from Transport Canada (TC) and the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) in May 2018.

Photo Above: Bombardier. Previously Bombardier announced that Delta Air Lines had signed a firm purchase agreement for 20 CRJ900 aircraft – becoming the launch operator of the new ATMOSPHÈRE cabin for CRJ Series regional jets.

The certification process required studying the effect on engines, auxiliary power unit, environmental control system, Firex system, avionics, landing gears, flight control, hydraulics and electrical systems and aircraft performance.

The ISA+40°C certification upgrade on the CRJ aircraft is available as an optional feature, both for new production and retrofit. American Airlines is the first operator to take advantage of this upgrade.

Top Copyright Photo (all others by Bombardier): Adria Airways Bombardier CRJ900 (CL-600-2D24) S5-AFC (msn 15090) ZRH (Andi Hiltl). Image: 942260.