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Old February 15th, 2012, 08:47 AM   #21
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IATA:
SJJ(Bosnian main airport)
BNX
BEG(Serbian main airport)
INI
DBV
OSI
PUY
RJK
SPU
ZAD
ZAG(Croatian main airport)
SOF
AXD(Greece main airport)
CFU
SKG
OHD
SKP(Macedonia main airport)
TGD(Montenegro main airport)
TIV
OTP(Bulgaria main airport)
CLJ(Romania main airport)
OTP and CLJ are romanian...they stand for Otopeni(Bucharest) and CLJ(Cluj).
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Old February 15th, 2012, 12:10 PM   #22
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sorry i forgot
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Old February 15th, 2012, 02:25 PM   #23
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sky works is having a talk with nis airport
and there is an new airline their currently making it called "Aero Nis"
whats the news on aero nis? have you got any information about it? im really curious about it.
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Old February 16th, 2012, 08:31 AM   #24
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ill find the information and ill put it up
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Old February 16th, 2012, 02:54 PM   #25
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Thanks man, I appriciate it
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Old February 17th, 2012, 09:50 AM   #26
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for aero nis

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PA34,C172,P28A,PA23 23/Nov/11

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Old February 17th, 2012, 09:55 AM   #27
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dam it lost the information but ill get it as soon as possible
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Old February 17th, 2012, 05:52 PM   #28
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Oh yes yes I know about it. It's more of a small start up private airline though with flights on requests, just like 'air pink' and 'prince aviation'.

I'm hoping Montenegro Airlines plans to be able to base an aircraft to Nis and have direct flights around Europe become realistic. Or at least another couple airlines start operating flights out of the city.
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Old February 18th, 2012, 01:27 AM   #29
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^ that what i was wishing
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Old February 18th, 2012, 01:33 AM   #30
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Soon in Belgrade


Alitalia’s low cost subsidiary Air One will launch flights from Milan to the Serbian capital, ending Jat Airways’ monopoly on the service. Flights from Milan Malpensa Airport to Belgrade will launch on September 18 and will operate three times per week with an Airbus A320. Flight details can be found here. Air One’s new service will compete directly against Jat Airways, which plans to operate six weekly flights onboard its Boeing 737-300 this coming summer season. Alitalia will continue to code share on Jat Airways’ services to both Milan and Rome.

Air One does not operate flights to other former Yugoslav republics. Last September the airline scheduled services to Zagreb, however, due to poor ticket sales, the planned flights were cancelled. Air One will expand this summer as it add new destinations to its route network besides Belgrade such as Munich, Sofia, Brussels, Warsaw, Amsterdam, Bucharest, Saint Petersburg, Barcelona, Istanbul, Kiev and London Gatwick.

Air One merged with national carrier Alitalia in January 2009, though it continues to operate as a separate brand. The two use an integrated booking system. Air One operates a fleet of seven Airbus A320s, with a further three arriving soon. Some of its aircraft have a high density cabin layout of up to 180 seats while others have a somewhat smaller capacity.
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Old February 18th, 2012, 01:34 AM   #31
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easyjet dumps Dortmund service


The low cost airline easyJet will suspend its flights from Dortmund to Zagreb from May 20, leaving the no frills carrier only with services from London Gatwick to the Croatian capital. The flights from Dortmund in western Germany operated twice per week over the winter and will increase to three weekly flights from March 25 until their suspension two months later. It follows a decision made by easyJet in December last year to terminate flights from Paris to both Zagreb and Ljubljana. Germany has the most flights and seat capacity out of Zagreb.

It will be the second time Zagreb has lost a link to Dortmund. Previously, in 2010, Wizz Air scheduled flights from Dortmund to Zagreb but cancelled the route. The news will be warmly welcomed by Croatia Airlines which has previously accused Zagreb Airport of giving special waivers to low cost airlines operating to the airport. It even threatened to suspend routes on which it competed with low cost airlines. In late 2010 Tonči Peović, the head of Zagreb Airport, told the press that he offered easyJet to operate flights to Zagreb out of six different cities, although the airline settled only for Paris and London and later introduced Dortmund. easyJet will maintain five weekly flights between London Gatwick and Zagreb over the coming summer.

Despite pulling out on the Dortmund - Zagreb service, easyJet will launch several seasonal flights to both Dubrovnik and Split. They include flights to Dubrovnik from Berlin, Madrid, Milan, Rome, Geneva, Paris and London as well as flights to Split from Amsterdam, Berlin, Bristol, Geneva, London, Milan, Paris and Rome.
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Old February 18th, 2012, 01:34 AM   #32
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Passenger numbers slide at Zagreb Airport


Zagreb Airport has recorded a second consecutive month of declining passenger numbers, on the back of a weaker performance by its main customer Croatia Airlines. While the passenger slump in December 2011 was only slight, standing at 0.2%, the gap widened in January when Zagreb handled 131.068 passengers. Therefore, the airport saw a decrease of 5.3% compared to last January when it welcomed 138.370 passengers. The number of flights operating to and from the Croatian capital increased marginally, by 0.4%, in the first month of 2012.

Other airports in Croatia also underperformed in January with numbers significantly down at Dubrovnik, which handled only 17.843 passengers, a decrease of 16.2% compared to last year making it its worst January performance since 2008. Full January results for all of Croatia’s airports will be published by the end of the month.

Zagreb Airport will hope to overturn its results soon. This summer, Croatia’s busiest airport will enjoy new seasonal summer services and charters by Croatia Airlines. The airport will also see Lufthansa inaugurate flights from Berlin while Qatar Airways introduces daily flights from Doha via Budapest.
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Old February 18th, 2012, 04:26 PM   #33
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I don't know if this has been mentioned yet, but Qatar Airways start flights May 9th out of Zagreb. They metal will be an A320.

It will most likely be fifth freedom rights, and the flights will be DOH-BUD-ZAG-BUD-DOH.
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Old February 18th, 2012, 11:43 PM   #34
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Yes ^
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Old February 21st, 2012, 07:48 AM   #35
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Hello,

I noticed that Greece is included in this thread.

Athens is actually ATH, not AXD. AXD is Alexandroupoli...a smallish airport that only had about 320,000 passengers in 2009 (and around the same in 2010).

Greece's largest airports by 2009 passenger statistics are:

ATH/LGAV - 16.138.777
HER/LGIR - 5.052.840
SKG/LGTS - 4.104.195
RHO/LGRP - 3.470.111
CHQ/LGSA - 1.795.466
CFU/LGKR - 1.792.565
KGS/LGKO - 1.517.946
ZTH/LGZA - 901.175
JTR/LGSR - 699.108
MJT/LGMT - 582.878
SMI/LGSM - 447.142
JMK/LGMK - 428.450
EFL/LGKF - 356.889
KVA/LGKV - 324.164
AXD/LGAL - 321.937
PVK/LGPZ - 310.923
JKH/LGHI - 267.727
JSI/LGSK - 235.071
AOK/LGKP - 165.977
IOA/LGIO - 137.982
LXS/LGLM - 129.297

More details in this post here.

Almost all of these airports experienced a decline in 2010 due to the fiscal crisis, but almost all of them (except for ATH) bounced back in 2011 because of strong international traffic.

We're still waiting for complete data for 2011, but preliminary figures show that RHO broke the 4 million mark (record for that airport), while KGS and SKG also experienced phenomenal growth. CFU and CHQ also had significant growth, but probably stayed slightly under the 2 million mark.

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Old February 21st, 2012, 10:15 AM   #36
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Jat cancel Tripoli.

No Tripoli comeback for Jat


Jat Airways has cancelled plans to resume services to the Libyan capital Tripoli this summer. Flights were to launch on March 26, more than a year after they were suspended due to the implementation of a no fly zone over Libya which eventually led to war. The Serbian carrier planned to operate flights to Tripoli as a triangle service via Malta (Belgrade - Malta - Tripoli - Belgrade), as it has done so in the past few years.

Most European airlines will resume flights to the Libyan capital this summer, including Austrian, British Airways, KLM and Air France. Recently, sporadic gun fighting between rival clans has been reported near Tripoli Airport. Before the fall of the Gaddafi regime several Serbian engineering and construction companies worked in Libya with Jat flights mostly being used by workers. With all investments now stalled there is little need for the planned two weekly flights to resume.

Despite the cancellation of its Tripoli service Jat will go ahead and launch flights to Malta which were suspended when services to Tripoli were dumped. The airline has pushed back the launch date for the Malta service to June 18 and has slightly revised its flight times. Details can be found here.
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Old February 22nd, 2012, 03:40 AM   #37
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Anyone notice the Montenegro Airlines flights from Paris to Nis yesterday and then followed by Nis to Tivat? What's up with that?
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Old February 22nd, 2012, 05:29 AM   #38
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^They probably had some issues in Podgorica.
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Old February 22nd, 2012, 10:16 AM   #39
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USA to give all clear


The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the United States is to grant Serbia a “category one” rating this year, paving way for scheduled flights between the United States and Serbia. As part of the FAA’s International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) program, the agency assesses the civil aviation authorities of all countries with air carriers that operate or wish to operate to the United States and makes that information available to the public. The assessments also determine whether or not foreign civil aviation authorities are meeting international safety standards. Specifically, the FAA determines whether a foreign civil aviation authority has the adequate infrastructure for international aviation safety oversight as defined by international standards.

The head of the Serbian Civil Aviation Directorate, Nebojša Starčević, has told the media that Serbia has applied for an assessment by the FAA, with the review set to take place by August. “Serbia meets all international safety standards and there is no doubt that American authorities will confirm this”, Starčević said. He noted that obtaining the category one rating would be much quicker if an airline were to apply to launch flights between the two countries. Serbia held a category one rating until 2002 when it was downgraded to category two. It has since been reviewed twice when there was both the will and political backing for Jat Airways to launch flights to the United States, in 2004 and 2006. While it is highly unlikely for the Serbian carrier to be able to launch flights to the United States now, a category one rating would give it rights to code share on flights operated by airlines from the United States. However, Starčević remains optimistic, saying that Jat could be ready to launch flights to the US by 2014.

The announcement coincides with the opening of a tender by Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport for interested parties to work on the development of a feasibility study for flights between the Serbian capital and the United States. The last commercial flight betwen Belgrade to the United States was operated by JAT Yugoslav Airlines on May 19, 1992 from New York. Recently, on January 27, 2011 the FAA granted Croatia a category one rating.
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Many flights cancelled


Since Tuesday, B&H Airlines has operated only one return flight to Istanbul, cancelling its services to Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Banja Luka and Zurich, which were scheduled to operate over the past two days. It follows B&H’s decision to cut down on flights until the start of the summer season. Despite several attempts to contact B&H Airlines, there has been no response from the carrier. Today, the airline is only operating its morning service to Istanbul cancelling its other two flights for the day - one to Amsterdam and the other being the afternoon service to Istanbul. The return flight on the morning Istanbul service has also been cancelled.

B&H Airlines’ network wide cuts were scheduled to begin in March. As it stands now, over the next month all flights to Amsterdam and Copenhagen will be cancelled. Services to Zurich will operate only once per week while many flights to Istanbul, the carrier’s signature route, will also see cancelations. In November 2011 the airline similarly suspended flights to Amsterdam and Copenhagen for a month. In December it launched services from Banja Luka to the Danish capital, however, they were suspended after only four flights.

In late 2011, the CEO of B&H Airlines, Altan Buyukyilmaz, said the carrier was looking to stretch its wings in 2012 and open new routes. However, as of Monday the airline’s planned new flights to Vienna, Skopje and Dusseldorf have been removed from global reservation systems while ticket sales have been blocked since early February.
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