As we write this, the aircraft (on flight JTN136) is in Iceland at Keflavik KEF / BIKF Airport at a technical stop, where it arrived from Portsmouth International Airport PSM / KPSM.
JTN136 is expected in Zagreb in the late afternoon.
As AvioRadar wrote before, aircraft is an ex-FlyBosnia (6W/FBS) plane which was operated under E7-FBA registration (in the picutures). It was built in 2002 under serial number c/n 1808, for Finnish flag air carrier Finnair (AY/FIN), where it was operated with OH-LVF registration until 2012. After that it was operated by two Russian air carriers: Donavia (D9/DNV) and Rossiya (FV/SDM) with VP-BIS registration until 2018.
Captain Marko Cvijin, owner of Trade Air, told AvioRadar that at the request of their Kosovo partners, the aircraft would be named "Mother Teresa" and registered 9A-BTJ.
The plane will be engaged in connecting Pristina with the world.