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Old July 20th, 2013, 10:14 AM   #861
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The very first ATR72-500 for Jat Airways.

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Old July 22nd, 2013, 07:04 PM   #862
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When did QR replace the a320 with a321 ?
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When did QR replace the a320 with a321 ?
they do it during the summer time at such destinations. probably it was the same last year.
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they do it during the summer time at such destinations. probably it was the same last year.

Fair enough. Hopefully EY will bump up to an A332 soon enough.
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Old July 23rd, 2013, 04:14 AM   #865
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Fair enough. Hopefully EY will bump up to an A332 soon enough.
They tend to send an A320 mostly, and on the busy days we get to see the A321. Btw EY has to fill up A320/A321 series before they send the "big boy". They average about 80 pax each way, So I would not rule out an A332 in a year or so.
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They tend to send an A320 mostly, and on the busy days we get to see the A321. Btw EY has to fill up A320/A321 series before they send the "big boy". They average about 80 pax each way, So I would not rule out an A332 in a year or so.
at least that could do a special day deal that ticket is cheaper and getting more pax and plus bring the big boy!
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Old July 24th, 2013, 06:40 AM   #867
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at least that could do a special day deal that ticket is cheaper and getting more pax and plus bring the big boy!

Hmm could be, but it's the competition that they need to crack. Turkish often sends the A321 for their two daily rotations. That is some series capacity....

You can check what is going on at www.beg.aero. Btw Nikola thanks for updating/reviving the thread while I was away.
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Hmm could be, but it's the competition that they need to crack. Turkish often sends the A321 for their two daily rotations. That is some series capacity....

You can check what is going on at www.beg.aero. Btw Nikola thanks for updating/reviving the thread while I was away.
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Old July 25th, 2013, 12:30 AM   #869
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From Abu Dhabi to Kiev - Jat’s new look winter


Following the recent semi annual IATA slots conference in Copenhagen for the allocation of 2013/14 winter season slots at airports, the full extent of Jat Airways’ upcoming winter schedule has been revealed. During the conference, slots are adjusted mainly through bilateral discussions between airlines and coordinators. The Serbian carrier has drafted its winter timetable in cooperation with Etihad Airways and will see the airline launch ten new destinations. Jat has requested slots at airports, with Banja Luka confirming yesterday it has received a request by the airline for daily flights. Besides Banja Luka, starting October 27, Jat will be launching services to Abu Dhabi, Beirut, Bucharest, Budapest, Cairo, Kiev, Ljubljana, Prague and Varna. Furthermore, Jat has requested slot time changes at several European airports, such as Amsterdam, to better adjust them to its new schedule.

The new destinations featured in Jat’s winter timetable have almost all been served by the Serbian carrier in the past. Services to Abu Dhabi will be timed so as not to clash with Etihad’s flights. Coupled with Etihad’s service, passengers from Belgrade will be able to connect onto Etihad’s entire network. The Emirati carrier will also place its codes on Jat’s service. Flights to Beirut were last operated several years ago, first as a stop over to Dubai and later as a stop to Damascus. In the past, Beirut provided a handful of passengers transiting through Belgrade mostly to Paris. Services to Cairo were suspended several years ago.

Closer to home Jat will be launching flights to cities in four neighbouring countries - Banja Luka, Budapest, Bucharest, Sofia and Varna. As it currently stands, all are set to operate on a daily basis, although changes in frequencies are possible as the timetable hasn’t been finalised in its entirety. In addition, one of the destinations mentioned is still under consideration. Jat will also resume services to Ljubljana. The route was suspended several years ago when Adria launched its flights to the Serbian capital. Flights to Prague will also resume, connecting Belgrade with the Czech capital for the first time since ČSA suspended the route in 2011. Kiev in Ukraine will feature as a new destination and will connect the two cities for the first time since Aerosvit discontinued the service, also in 2011.
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^Keeping my fingers crossed. That is big news for BEG!
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Old July 29th, 2013, 03:27 PM   #871
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Jat adds Warsaw to winter network
Jat to launch Warsaw flights this winter


Jat Airways has added an eleventh new destination to its 2013/14 winter season schedule. The airline plans to launch flights to Warsaw in Poland starting October 27. As EX-YU Aviation News learns, the Serbian carrier has requested slots at Chopin Airport. Flights will operate on a daily basis with an ATR72, with the flight time taking two hours and fifteen minutes. According to the slot request, the Serbian carrier will operate three of its weekly flights in the morning, while the other four would run late in the afternoon. Jat has not operated flights to the Polish capital since the breakup of the former Yugoslavia.

JAT Yugoslav Airlines launched services from Belgrade to Warsaw in the 1960s and would operate flights on and off over the next thirty years. Originally the service operated via Prague before being suspended. Flights were resumed on June 16, 1963 and Warsaw was used as a stopover to Copenhagen before being suspended once again. On April 15, 1983 nonstop flights to the Polish capital were launched and would run until the start of the 1990s.

Currently, LOT Polish Airlines operates flights between the Polish and Serbian capitals on a seasonal summer basis. The airline maintains six weekly flights between the two cities. Last winter the carrier discontinued the service citing high seasonality. However, earlier this year LOT hinted it is considering reinstating flights between Warsaw and Belgrade throughout the winter months.

At the recent IATA slots conference in Copenhagen, Jat unveiled a list of new destinations. They include Abu Dhabi, Banja Luka, Beirut, Budapest, Bucharest, Cairo, Kiev, Ljubljana, Prague and Varna. As this is a preliminary schedule changes are expected. It has been tipped that Jat’s new winter network will be officially unveiled at a press conference this Thursday, which begins at 11.00 CEST. Exact flight times for the Belgrade - Banja Luka service are now available and can be viewed here, while times for the Abu Dhabi flights can be found here.
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Old July 30th, 2013, 11:17 AM   #872
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Immediate launch for Air Serbia
Final curtain call for Jat


Etihad Airways plans to immediately launch the new look Jat Airways, to be named Air Serbia, the country’s state run news agency “Tanjug” reports. Air Serbia’s visual identity will be revealed at the planned press conference on Thursday when the Emirati carrier will take a 49% stake in Serbia’s national airline. According to news reports, Etihad will immediately provide two Airbus A319s for use this summer. The aircraft, which will feature the Air Serbia livery, will be operated by Etihad pilots and cabin crew until Jat’s crew is formally trained for the new aircraft in time for the 2013/14 winter season. From late October, Etihad will provide a further eight A319s and retire the aging Boeing fleet.

Alongside Jat’s existing destination network, Air Serbia will launch a further fourteen new routes this winter, Siniša Mali, the finance advisor to Serbia’s Deputy Minister says. EX-YU Aviation News has revealed eleven destinations the airline will launch this winter. They are Abu Dhabi, Banja Luka, Beirut, Budapest, Bucharest, Cairo, Ljubljana, Prague, Sofia, Varna and Warsaw. The preliminary schedules, as requested at a recent slots conference, are now being published by EX-YU Aviation News and can be found on the right hand side in the new route launches section. As is visible from the schedule, Air Serbia’s aircraft will be operating continually with many flights running during the late night and early morning hours. Furthermore, the airline will operate double daily flights to Paris, Athens, Vienna and Zurich over the winter.



Etihad plans to immediately invest forty million dollars into Air Serbia, which does not include the price of the two leased A319s. The Serbian government will name five members of the Managing Board, while the remaining four will be named by Etihad Airways. In addition, Etihad will name a CEO and its own head of finance for Air Serbia. All details will be revealed on Thursday.
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Old July 31st, 2013, 04:00 AM   #874
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Sweet! I was about to post them.
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Nice all we need now is EK!
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Old July 31st, 2013, 06:22 AM   #876
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Omg Arabic taking overrrrrrrr
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Old July 31st, 2013, 09:52 AM   #877
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For all this new destination it most likely to see a 2-8% increase in passenger number and also is the new jetway has came or not?
no bridges on the first two or three A gates
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Air Serbia launches plenty of new flights across the Middle East and Eastern Europe from October

Belgrade - Abu Dhabi

Air Serbia launches daily flights to Abu Dhabi:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: BEG
Departure time: 16.35
Arrival time: 00.55
Arrival city: AUH
Aircraft type: A319
Day operating: 1234567

Return:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: AUH
Departure time: 03.00
Arrival time: 05.40
Arrival city: BEG
Aircraft type: A319
Day operating: 1234567

Belgrade - Beirut

Air Serbia launches daily flights to Beirut:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: BEG
Departure time: 23.55
Arrival time: 03.40
Arrival city: BEY
Aircraft type: A319
Day operating: 1234567

Return:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: BEY
Departure time: 04.25
Arrival time: 06.20
Arrival city: BEG
Aircraft type: A319
Day operating: 1234567

Belgrade - Cairo

Air Serbia launches three weekly flights to Cairo:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: BEG
Departure time: 23.55
Arrival time: 03.50
Arrival city: CAI
Aircraft type: A319
Day operating: -2-4-6-

Return:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: CAI
Departure time: 04.35
Arrival time: 06.40
Arrival city: BEG
Aircraft type: A319
Day operating: --3-5-7

Belgrade - Varna

Air Serbia launches daily flights to Varna:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: BEG
Departure time: 00.20
Arrival time: 03.05
Arrival city: VAR
Aircraft type: ATR72
Day operating: 1234567

Return:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: VAR
Departure time: 05.05
Arrival time: 05.50
Arrival city: BEG
Aircraft type: ATR72
Day operating: 1234567

Belgrade - Sofia

Air Serbia launches daily flights to Sofia:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: BEG
Departure time: 14.10
Arrival time: 16.10
Arrival city: SOF
Aircraft type: ATR72
Day operating: 1234567

Return:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: SOF
Departure time: 16.40
Arrival time: 16.40
Arrival city: BEG
Aircraft type: ATR72
Day operating: 1234567

Belgrade - Budapest

Air Serbia launches daily flights to Budapest:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: BEG
Departure time: 18.40 (1-3-5-7), 07.10 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival time: 19.05 (1-3-5-7), 08.05 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival city: BUD
Aircraft type: ATR72
Day operating: 1234567

Return:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: BUD
Departure time: 19.35 (1-3-5-7), 08.35 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival time: 20.30 (1-3-5-7), 09.30 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival city: BEG
Aircraft type: ATR72
Day operating: 1234567

Belgrade - Warsaw

Air Serbia launches daily flights to Warsaw:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: BEG
Departure time: 18.10 (1-3-5-7), 07.05 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival time: 20.25 (1-3-5-7), 09.20 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival city: WAW
Aircraft type: ATR72
Day operating: 1234567

Return:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: WAW
Departure time: 20.55 (1-3-5-7), 09.55 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival time: 23.10 (1-3-5-7), 12.10 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival city: BEG
Aircraft type: ATR72
Day operating: 1234567

Belgrade - Kiev

Air Serbia launches daily flights to Kiev:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: BEG
Departure time: 12.40 (1-3-5-7), 13.20 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival time: 15.30 (1-3-5-7), 16.10 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival city: KBP
Aircraft type: A319
Day operating: 1234567

Return:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: KBP
Departure time: 16.15 (1-3-5-7), 16.55 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival time: 17.00 (1-3-5-7), 17.40 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival city: BEG
Aircraft type: A319
Day operating: 1234567

Belgrade - Prague

Air Serbia launches daily flights to Prague:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: BEG
Departure time: 07.10 (1-3-5-7), 18.10 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival time: 09.25 (1-3-5-7), 20.25 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival city: PRG
Aircraft type: ATR72
Day operating: 1234567

Return:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: PRG
Departure time: 09.55 (1-3-5-7), 20.55 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival time: 12.10 (1-3-5-7), 23.10 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival city: BEG
Aircraft type: ATR72
Day operating: 1234567

Belgrade - Banja Luka

Air Serbia launches daily flights to Banja Luka:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: BEG
Departure time: 21.00 (1-3-5-7), 10.00 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival time: 21.50 (1-3-5-7), 10.50 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival city: BNX
Aircraft type: ATR72
Day operating: 1234567

Return:

Flight number: TBA
Departure city: BNX
Departure time: 22.25 (1-3-5-7), 11.20 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival time: 23.15 (1-3-5-7), 12.10 (-2-4-6-)
Arrival city: BEG
Aircraft type: ATR72
Day operating: 1234567

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09.20: Etihad Airways will brief all Belgrade based Jat Airways (Air Serbia) employees at the Hyatt Regency Hotel from 14.30 CEST. The new management team will present their plans for the carrier to employees.

09.15: Air Serbia will be launching fourteen new routes. EX-YU Aviation News has exclusively revealed eleven of them. By clicking on the links you can view the preliminary scheduling for some of the new route launches: Abu Dhabi, Beirut, Banja Luka, Cairo, Varna, Sofia, Budapest, Warsaw, Kiev and Prague.

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Today, Etihad Airways will take over a 49% stake in Jat Airways and rebrand the carrier into Air Serbia. On behalf of Etihad Airways the takeover agreement will be signed by CEO James Hogan, on behalf of the Serbian government it will be signed by Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić and on Jat’s behalf the agreement will be signed by outgoing CEO Velibor Vukašinović. Etihad will also take over Jat Catering and Jat’s handling division SU-PORT. Air Serbia, which will be launched today is not a new start up, instead, it is the legal successor to Jat Airways and will continue to use Jat’s international agreements, airport slots and its callsign and IATA designator. The new CEO of Air Serbia will be Danny Kondić, who has previously worked for Qantas Airways, British Airways and served as Malaysia Airlines’ Commercial Director.

✈ New aircraft ✈
Air Serbia will take delivery of two Airbus A319s by the end of the month. The two aircraft will feature the new Air Serbia branding and will be utilised on the airline’s busiest routes. Etihad Airways crew will be employed on the A319s until Jat’s own crew completes training. According to Mr. Vukašinović, twenty crew members have already been selected to undergo training. Air Serbia will soon open employment opportunities for 100 new cabin crew members. By the end of the year a further eight A319s will join the Air Serbia fleet. The aging Boeing 737-300s will be retired at the start of the 2013/14 winter season (which begins October 27). However, the aircraft will not be sold nor cut up and will remain in the ownership of the Serbian government. Etihad will launch talks with Airbus immediately following the takeover in order to renegotiate the order for eight A319s made by JAT Yugoslav Airlines in 1998.

✈ Dedicated terminal ✈
Eithad Airways and Air Serbia will use a dedicated terminal at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport from late October. Air Serbia will use Terminal 1 at Belgrade Airport in which Etihad will invest significant means in order to upgrade its facilities. The dedicated terminal will mean low cost airlines, which have so far used the building due to lower taxes, will have to move out.

✈ Investments ✈
Etihad Airways and the Serbian government have drafted four agreements which outline the investments which will be made by both the minority and majority shareholders of Air Serbia. The Serbian government will invest 100 million dollars into Air Serbia, mostly through writing off Jat Airways’ debt over the next three years. On the other hand, Etihad will invest 40 million dollars into Air Serbia in the next two weeks. A further 20 million dollars will be invested into Jat Catering and SU-PORT by 2016.

✈ New routes ✈
Air Serbia will launch fourteen new destinations this winter season. The airline plans to utilise its aircraft around the clock with flights departing both throughout the day and night. The airline is set to create two rush hours for its flights at Belgrade Airport - one in the morning and one just after midnight. The airline will be boosting frequencies on key routes and there will be several time changes compared to the existing timetable.

Finally, the Jat brand name will officially end its six decade long run today.
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