Two Adria Airways planes were grounded by Civil Aviation Agency
The Civil Aviation Agency grounded two Adria Airways planes after their lease contracts were terminated due to payment default.
Adria, which is currently owned by the German fund 4K Invest, cancelled several flights scheduled for today and rescheduled several other fligths. The Civil Aviation Agency is still deciding on Adria's operating license. The carrier's fleet includes 16 planes, but Adria is leasing many of them to other airlines together with flight crews.T. M.