Pan Adria Airways

Pan Adria Airways (Serbo-Croatian: Aerotransportno Preduzeće JPTT / Аеротранспортно Предузеће ЈПТТ) was a Yugoslavian charter airliner based at Zagreb.[1]

Pan Adria Airways
Founded1961
Ceased operations1978
Fleet size4
HeadquartersZagreb, Yugoslavia
Employees134 (1971)

Pan Adria Airways was formed in 1961 by the Yugoslav Government as a domestic operator. It later operated night-mail flights as well as domestic and international passenger and cargo charter flights.[2]

After the airline ceased operating the Yugoslav Government formed Trans Adria in 1978 to operate the Pan Adria routes.[3]

FleetEdit

The Pan Adria Airways fleet in 1974 consisted of [1]

The airline also operated a number of light aircraft for agricultural work.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "World's Charter Airlines". Flight International. 10 October 1974. p. 465.
  2. ^ "World Airlines Directory". Flight International. 6 May 1971. p. 640.
  3. ^ "World Airlines Directory". Flight International. 26 July 1980. p. 360.