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Tatra Air Orders Two Saab 2000s In Eastern Europe 'Breakthrough'
Slovakia's flag carrier, Tatra Air, has ordered two Saab 2000 aircraft, representing a "breakthrough in East Europe," said Saab Aircraft. The first aircraft will be delivered in October and the second in March 1998. Tatra plans to use the airplanes to link Bratislava with London Gatwick and other destinations in Western Europe. The carrier is the fifth European airline to place a firm order for the Saab 2000, after Crossair, Deutsche BA, Nantes-based Regional Airlines and SAS.