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Old January 2nd, 2014, 10:32 AM   #981
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Top right corner - it's Qantas, isn't it?
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Old January 2nd, 2014, 12:37 PM   #982
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Yes, Qantas.
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Old January 3rd, 2014, 01:30 AM   #983
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Old January 3rd, 2014, 04:53 AM   #984
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why there so many cargo?
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Old January 5th, 2014, 02:39 PM   #985
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Old January 11th, 2014, 06:03 AM   #986
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30% boost is expected for the first quarter of 2014 in terms of the traffic figures. BEG finished 2013 with a 3.55M.



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Air Serbia starts 2014 with massive growth

Following its first official week as an Etihad Airways subsidiary, Air Serbia has seen its passenger numbers soar. In the first seven days of the year the airline handled just over 33.000 passengers, an increase of 64.9% compared to the same period last year, setting up one of the busiest Januaries the airline has seen since the breakup of Yugoslavia. Air Serbia’s average cabin load factor stood at 66%, down two points on 2013. Although the figures are representative only for the first week of the year, they are significant as it is the first time growth levels have hit such a high since Yugoslav Airlines began resuming services across Europe in the early 2000s.

The rebranded airline has also seen a major jump in passengers travelling business class, up over 120% on last year, as well as a major increase in the number of passengers using its services to transit through Belgrade. Currently, Air Serbia boasts the largest fleet out of all EX-YU airlines with fifteen aircraft in use at the start of 2014 - seven Boeing 737-300s, four Airbus A319s and four ATR72s. The highest load factor of over 90% is being reported on flights from Belgrade to Zurich, Copenhagen and Paris as well as from Moscow to Belgrade. Prague remains the most popular of the newly launched destinations.

Air Serbia’s predecessor, Jat Airways, hit a low point last January when its fleet shrunk to only eight operational aircraft. The airline was forced to cancel many of its flights and reduce frequencies on most destinations. In January 2013 the airline suspended services to Brussels, which were resumed in April, and operated only a single weekly flight to Copenhagen and Stockholm (with services to the latter operating via the Danish capital). Flight cancellations continued throughout the year until September due to a fleet shortage. A year later, the Serbian carrier has added frequencies to nearly all of its flights and has launched five new destinations while almost doubling its fleet.

In the days to come, EX-YU Aviation News will bring you December’s passenger numbers as well as the annual results for 2013, not only for Air Serbia but for all the other national carriers in the former Yugoslavia as well.

http://exyuaviation.blogspot.com/201...2014-with.html
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Old January 14th, 2014, 05:46 AM   #987
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Old January 15th, 2014, 05:40 PM   #988
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Air Serbia has opened sales for BEG-KBP from 145 Euro RT which is very good deal. First flight is scheduled for 29 May
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Old January 17th, 2014, 12:53 AM   #989
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Air Serbia has opened sales for BEG-KBP from 145 Euro RT which is very good deal. First flight is scheduled for 29 May
Yep, and they are going to be sending an A319.
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Old January 17th, 2014, 01:54 AM   #990
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Some new stores in the transit zone...


Coffee house



Restoran
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Biznis klub / Business lounge.



Dufry







Knjizara (Bookstore)






Serbian house



As of 2014,

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Old January 17th, 2014, 06:53 AM   #991
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When is the picture of the Iran Air plane taken? Have they restarted their technical stops in BEG?
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Old January 17th, 2014, 07:23 AM   #992
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When is the picture of the Iran Air plane taken? Have they restarted their technical stops in BEG?

It was taken on the 4th November 2013. I have been told that our president Nikolic pushed for their comeback once Tadic lost the elections. Tadic acted as a US puppet. That is just a speculation for now, but at the end, it is good news for BEG.
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Old January 18th, 2014, 05:20 AM   #993
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Lol it has nothing to do with Serbian presidential election. Serbian president has 0 authority over the matter. It's just that sanctions against Iran softened a bit and now Belgrade Airport can take their service flights again.
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Old January 18th, 2014, 07:50 PM   #994
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Old January 19th, 2014, 03:10 AM   #995
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Lol it has nothing to do with Serbian presidential election. Serbian president has 0 authority over the matter. It's just that sanctions against Iran softened a bit and now Belgrade Airport can take their service flights again.
Either way, I am not interested in the politics. Does that mean that Iran Air will be a regular visitor at BEG for refueling again? From what I understood, these technical stops brought in a lot of money.
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Old January 23rd, 2014, 08:22 AM   #996
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Looks like Adria is Air Serbia's first victim as they are pulling out of BEG. On the other hand, Easyjet is starting FCO with three weekly rotations. That would be their third destination out of Belgrade.

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Old January 23rd, 2014, 11:07 AM   #997
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EXCLUSIVE
Delta launches fresh attack on Air Serbia
Delta complains of planned Air Serbia codeshare flights to the US


Delta Air Lines has filed another complaint against Air Serbia’s planned codeshare operations to the United States, as EX-YU Aviation News exclusively learns from the United States Department of Transportation (DoT). As previously reported, late last week the DoT dismissed an application for Air Serbia to place its “JU” designator code on Etihad flights from Abu Dhabi to New York, Chicago and Washington following complaints made by Delta Air Lines, Air Line Pilots Association and Pilots of America. The plaintiffs argued that while Air Serbia is officially state owned, Etihad has too much power in its day to day operations and branded the routing from Belgrade to the US via Abu Dhabi as “bizarre”. Delta has now filed a fresh complaint against Air Serbia, this time over its planned codeshares with Air Berlin from Dusseldorf to New York and from Berlin to both New York and Chicago.

Responding to a joint codeshare request by Air Berlin and Air Serbia, Delta said, “Air Serbia has no underlying economic authority to serve the United States”. It adds, “Air Serbia’s exemption application should be denied. There is no bilateral agreement in place between the United States and Serbia, and the unique circumstances surrounding Air Serbia’s ownership and control do not qualify for relief on the basis of comity and reciprocity”. As EX-YU Aviation learned from the DoT, Air Berlin has been quick to respond to the complaint brandishing Delta’s claims regarding Air Serbia’s ownership as “unique” and “simply not true”. “Air Serbia’s application demonstrates that actual ownership and control of the carrier is maintained by Serbian citizens. There is nothing in any of Delta's answers or in any filings in these dockets that would indicate the government of Serbia questions the ownership and control of Air Serbia and Air Serbia maintains a current AOC as a Serbian carrier”, Air Berlin said in response to Delta. It concluded, “Air Berlin's proposed codeshare service between points in Germany and points in the US carrying Air Serbia’s code will infuse healthy competition to the market place. The Department has long held that competition is in the public interest”. The DoT is yet to approve the codeshare.

On Monday, Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) hailed the DoT’s decision to dismiss Air Serbia’s and Etihad’s codeshare application. “We are pleased that the DoT agreed with our view and dismissed this application. ALPA successfully made the case that a possible ownership/management relationship between Air Serbia and Etihad would provide effective control by Etihad and, thus, would not be in the public interest”. The national carrier of the United Arab Emirates, which yesterday secured a major inter-US codeshare deal to forty domestic destinations with JetBlue, responded to the motions filed against its subsidiary, “No US carrier, let alone Delta, directly serves the US-Serbia market, and no US carrier (save for Delta) opposed these applications”. It concluded, “Disapproving this application would not only put US policy on its head, but it also would send a negative signal to Serbia, which intends to join the European Union in the coming years, and which hopes to expand and develop its economy. Moreover, while Delta may be uncomfortable with Etihad as Air Serbia’s new investor, this is not grounds for disapproving the application”.

Whether Delta will be successful in its new motion to bar Air Serbia from codesharing on routes to the United States remains to be seen. Delta’s complaints also raise questions as to how the claims and the DoT’s recent ruling could impact Air Serbia’s plans to launch transatlantic flights in 2016. EX-YU Aviation News will continue to monitor the development of this case.




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Old January 23rd, 2014, 12:27 PM   #998
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Delta is always complaining to the US government any time the three ME carriers do any thing related to expansion into the States.

EK's Tim Clark said a while back Delta is complaining even when they do a direct service from Dubai.

The Union's will always act as Union's also.

You would figure Delta being partners with Air France, and KLM would be a little more supportive of Etihad, and maybe trying to get them to join Skyteam one day.
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Old January 26th, 2014, 06:06 AM   #999
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Delta is always complaining to the US government any time the three ME carriers do any thing related to expansion into the States.

EK's Tim Clark said a while back Delta is complaining even when they do a direct service from Dubai.

The Union's will always act as Union's also.

You would figure Delta being partners with Air France, and KLM would be a little more supportive of Etihad, and maybe trying to get them to join Skyteam one day.
Well, yeah and on top of that, DL gets the feed from Belgrade, Bucharest and such places where SkyTeam has good chunk of passengers. In a very optimistic scenario, Belgrade-Usa would be a very thin route in transatlantic market. So Air Serbia would have the better feed from the Balkans, as well as cheaper operating structure to make it work. DL would have to go and look elsewhere.
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Old January 26th, 2014, 07:08 AM   #1000
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On a side note, unconfirmed sources are reporting 28% growth for the month of January.
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