Even though I’ve stated on a number of occasions that my goal is to post something interesting and new at least once every two weeks (but without compromising quality), on this occasion more than a month had slipped past without so much as a peep out of me. My justification for this absence is quite a good one though, having spent the last month or so on intensive research for an upcoming major article about light aircraft in the service of Croatia’s national carrier, Croatia Airlines :).
My biggest and most thorough work so far – easily eclipsing my popular Messerschmitt Bf.108 post – it has involved some major data mining, including liaising with the company’s PR office, former technical staff, managers, flight crews and so on. Weaving together a long and complex story from bits gotten out of multiple sources is naturally slow work, but I’ve decided to go the extra mile with this one, sacrificing punctuality for quality, accuracy and readability.
More-or-less in its final stages of development (even though I keep finding new info on a day-to-day basis), I hope to have something to show my readers by mid or late November – until which I’ll leave some photos from Zagreb Intl on here to fill the gap… 🙂