Seaplanes from Adriatic ports begin to fly in April, a full timetable will be valid from May
13 November 2011
European Coastal Air Transport, a company that has announced hydroplane transportation between the islands and coastal ports, early next year, will regulate the organizational center of Split, that the first flights began in April, to a full timetable began to meet in May next year.
This is Aerosvijeta said company representative Michael W. Fuhrmann with the remark that it would soon dispose of the details to the public.
This year's spring was a small sensation when it was announced that it creates a company that will hydroplane in the south Adriatic Sea connecting Split and Dubrovnik and Korcula, Hvar, Vis and Lastovo and the other in the north of Zadar, Rijeka and Pula to Mali Losinj, Rab and other islands .
By September this year, this venture is the opening of "aerial highway" mentioned in the media without any news, so we are happy about the new information that the Croatian air carrier permit to fly, and the concession to use the maritime domain has since summer 2002. year.
According to previous announcements, the ECA will have an airfield with a harbor quay pontoon jetty from which the passengers are loaded in seaplanes.
In the second phase, when the spy 30 port-town, hidroplanskom to link our cities isocnoj to connect with Italian on the west coast. Brindisi, Bari, Foggia, Ancona, Rimini, Ravenna, Bologna, Padua, Trieste and Venice could be the next target of the European Coastal Airlines.
The fleet of the primary jet was Grummanov G-21a Goose with nine seats, while the rental company took the famous De Havilanodvov DHC-6 Twin Otter with 19 seats and Grumman G-111 Albatross with 30 seats.
Are you guys going to hire people to scrape bugs off the planes?
Well, my bet goes on Non Go item, again.....
Grumman can be nice time-machine back in history of pax aviation.
Who dare to operate Grumman on regular pax service in today's Europe,
sure need that to have some $ laundry or have kind of weird state of mind....
geodoc wrote:Remember the G-111 is an FAR part 21 aircraft and HU-16 military surplus parts are probably not eligible for installation on it. How many G-111's got certified anyway under Part 21? How many are presently in airworthy condition? How about maintaining a pair of Wright R-1820's in Europe to commercial requirements? My AD search subscription does not even list the certificate holder or the G-111. Where do you fine AD's for a G-111?
9aplus wrote:Marketing of ECA goes on, now again Twin Otter - low fares and "SAR capability"
http://slobodnadalmacija.hr/Split-%C5%B ... fault.aspx
jjbaker wrote:LOL! Must be nice to have virtually unlimited funds to keep dreaming up more and more phantasies....
I wonder how many investors will loose their shirt on this one.
Dr. Srecko Favro, who on behalf of the Croatian Hydrographic Institute in Split and the Wessex Institute of Technology in the UK, and in which the speaker, hosted colleagues from around the world, said that in Croatia next year seaplanes connect the mainland with the islands, and our country to the world.
- The first phase of the project are introduced lines Split-Korcula at a price of 120 kuna, then Vela Luka-Zagreb, Zagreb-Hvar, Korcula and Vis-Zagreb. Starting port will be the beginning of Korcula, Vela Luka, Lastovo and Dubrovnik - said Dr. Favre, but no longer in the preparation of the project, in which German business people are investing big money, prominent in the Dubrovnik-Neretva county.
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