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Eagle Wings Spreads its Wings with On-Time Launch

As reported earlier, and after months of preparatory work, Eagle Wings ( celebrated an on-time launch with a group flight on December 16, 2008. Originating from their main hub in Zagreb, Croatia (LDZA), the planned flight was part of a larger celebration marking the tenth anniversary of the IVAO Network and the start of the IVAO Croatia division. Utilizing hubs in Central Europe, Eagle Wings starts operations from Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik airports keeping Zagreb as their main hub. “At this early stages,” said Eagle Wings C.E.O., Ivan Ozvatic, “Eagle Wings will focus their interest on regional and European destination but with plans for soon expansion to other regions.”

The airline has also reached an agreement acquiring a Boeing 767-300Er for use in the long-haul market, connecting Eagle Wings’ hubs to other parts of the world. The new aircraft is also poised to create a presence from which further expansion could blossom. Curently, the Eagle Wings fleet consists of: four Airbus A320, four Boeing 737-800, one Boeing 767-300ER and one ATR 72-500. “The fleet will be expanded as needed by airline growth,” said Ozvatic, “[we] want to offer passengers from/to Croatia comfortable flights with the choice of low fare or flexibility, although a full inflight service will always be included. Furthermore Eagle Wings wants to profile itself as a European leader in airline service with its high standard operations.”

Looking to fulfill the needs of the modern traveler, Eagle Wings offers fast performances and competitive prices with all services included- a rarity in the current airline market. Flight times and routes are designed with best performance and service in mind.

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