A New Adria Airways Plane Lands on the Ljubljana Airport

A new plane of Slovenia's flag carrier Adria Airways landed on the Ljubljana airport on Friday. The Canadair Regional Jet 200LR, produced by Bombardier of Canada, is the third plane of that type in Adria's fleet and is to replace a DC9 that will be discarded next week. The first two CRJ planes were accepted in January 1998. They replaced two Dash 7 planes. With 48 seats on board, Canadair is the best-selling regional jet plane in the world.

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