The Airbus A319-111/132 is designed for short- and medium-haul flights. It is powered by CFM 56-5B5 engines built by CFM International or by V2524-A5 engines from International Aero Engines and boasts the latest design and technological improvements, which contribute to better fuel efficiency and help reduce emissions. In the Adria Airways fleet the aircraft offers 142 or 144 seats in a two-class layout. The superbly designed passenger cabin offers even greater comfort and creates a relaxing atmosphere for passengers throughout the journey.
Length 33.84 m Height 11.76 m Wingspan 34.10 m Speed 900 km/h Service ceiling 11,700 m Range 6,650 km Number of seats 142/144 Aircraft in use 3x
The Bombardier CRJ900LR is a successor to and extended variant of the successful CRJ200 regional passenger jet. It is designed for short-and medium-haul flights and has a range comparable to that of larger aircraft. It is powered by two GE CF-34-8C5 engines from US manufacturer General Electric. The CRJ900 in the Adria Airways fleet has 86 seats in a two-class layout that can be adapted to the requirements of a specific flight. The cabin design helps ensure a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere throughout the flight.
Length 36.40 m Height 7.51 m Wingspan 24.90 m Speed 882 km/h Service ceiling 12,496 m Range 3,660 km Number of seats 86/90 Aircraft in use 9x
The Bombardier CRJ700ER is a stretched derivative of the successful CRJ200 regional airliner. It is designed for short- and medium-haul flights and has a range comparable to that of larger aircraft. It is powered by two GE CF34-8C5B1 engines from US manufacturer General Electric. The CRJ700ER in the Adria Airways fleet has 70 seats in a two-class layout that can be adapted to the requirements of a specific flight. The cabin design helps ensure a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere throughout the flight.
Length 32,51 m Height 7,57 m Wingspan 23,24 m Speed 876 km/h Service ceiling 12,497 m Range 2,785 km Number of seats 70/72 Aircraft in use 2x
The Saab 2000 is a twin-engine high-speed turboprop aircraft, designed for short-haul flights. With a maximum cruising speed of 690 km/h (370 kts) and a maximum altitude of 9,450 m (31,000 feet) it's considered to be the fastest commercial turboprop in the world. In the Adria Airways fleet the aircraft offers a 50 seat configuration. The cabin is fitted with comfortable leather seats, climate control and a noise reduction system. There are 6 of these aircraft in the Adria Airways fleet, all delivering jet speed at turboprop economy levels.
Length 27,28 m Height 7,72 m Wingspan 24,76 m Speed 685 km/h Service ceiling 9,450 m Range 2,869 km Number of seats 50 Aircraft in use 6x