Dubrovnik Airline

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Dubrovnik Airline
IATA
2D
ICAO
DBK
Callsign
DUBROVNIK AIR
Founded 15 December 2004
Ceased operations 23 October 2011
Operating bases Dubrovnik Airport
Focus cities Split Airport
Zagreb Airport
Fleet size 0
Destinations 0
Parent company Atlantska Plovidba
Headquarters Dubrovnik, Croatia
Key people Zeno Singer (MD)
Website www.dubrovnikairline.com

Dubrovnik Airline Limited was a Croatian charter airline,[1] based in Dubrovnik, Croatia. It operated tourist charter flights from Europe and Israel to holiday destinations in Croatia. Its main base was Dubrovnik Airport.[2]

In 2006 Dubrovnik Airlines carried 380,000 passengers while the first seven months of 2007 saw it transport 360,000 passengers.[3]

History[edit]

Dubrovnik Airline MD-82 at EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg

The airline was officially launched on 15 December 2004 by Croatian shipping company Atlantska Plovidba. It started operations in 2005, The airline was loss making since 2009 and ceased all operations on October 23, 2011 after defaulting on its debts thus declaring bankruptcy.[4]

Destinations[edit]

Dubrovnik Airline served the following destinations (at October 2011):

Africa
Asia
Europe

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