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Old December 8th, 2011, 11:18 AM   #161
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Old December 9th, 2011, 12:25 AM   #162
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Old news. NW to BEG from CPH.
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Old December 9th, 2011, 07:08 AM   #163
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Old news. NW to BEG from CPH.
yeh i know that but can't wait till Qatar airways and emirates to come plus it be more better if they had etihad airways to Belgrade because lot of people from Melbourne go to Abu Dhabi and then to Istanbul or Paris or Rome or Greece and yeh and lots of Serb go on the etihad,emirates, Qatar airways or even Singapore airline so it will make a good market for them to Belgrade because lots of Serbs
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Old December 9th, 2011, 07:11 AM   #164
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Old December 9th, 2011, 10:52 PM   #165
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yeh i know that but can't wait till Qatar airways and emirates to come plus it be more better if they had etihad airways to Belgrade because lot of people from Melbourne go to Abu Dhabi and then to Istanbul or Paris or Rome or Greece and yeh and lots of Serb go on the etihad,emirates, Qatar airways or even Singapore airline so it will make a good market for them to Belgrade because lots of Serbs
Yeah I know what you mean. I am expecting Qatar Airways to come up with details and so on. Btw Etihad is the cheapest from Athens. Total flying time is around 20 hours. Very good!
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Old December 9th, 2011, 10:55 PM   #166
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Btw there is news from some exyuaviation forumers that works on the construction of Belgrade airport will start in a week. They want to eliminate double security checks at the gates. I am looking forward to that.
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Old December 10th, 2011, 07:53 AM   #167
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Btw there is news from some exyuaviation forumers that works on the construction of Belgrade airport will start in a week. They want to eliminate double security checks at the gates. I am looking forward to that.
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Old December 11th, 2011, 08:42 AM   #168
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JAT Airways and 2012

Good afternoon.


From this summer Jat Airways will launching direct flights from Belgrade Nikola Tesla airport to London Gatwick.

BEG-LGW
---45--
18:10-20:15

LGW-BEG
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21:15-01:00
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22:00-01:45


Flights will be operated by Boeing B737-300. Flights have been loaded on amadeus but are not yet bookable on Jat Airways' website.

In addition to this Jat Airways will be flying nine times per week to London Heathrow. Let's not forget the 4 weekly flight on Wizz Air from Belgrade to Luton, departing BEG at 05:40 in the morning.

Jat Airways will be adding frequencies to a number of its routes. Most exciting one will be to Moscow SVO where the airline will add three more flights, from 7 to 10 weekly.

BEG-SVO-BEG JU132/133
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13:10-18:00
18:50-19:55

BEG-SVO-BEG JU134/135 *new*
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08:10-13:00
13:50-15:00

----5-7
21:25-02:15
05:55-07:00


Another important change was implemented to the BEG-AMS-BRU where both cities will be operated separately. Amsterdam will be served daily whereas Brussels will be served 6 times per week. Apparently Jat Airways has signed a codeshare agreement with Jet Airways in order to feed its North American routes.

Some other changes:
Berlin: 3>5
Zurich: 7>10
LCA: 2>9
TLV: 2>3
DXB: 0>4
TIP/LQA: 0>2
DBV: 0>2


Flights to Split and Pula have not yet been loaded though the airline announced its return to these Croatian cities. Jat Airways operated flights to Pula several years ago (2008) and its flight to Dubrovnik was more than succesful.

Now all we have to wait and see is how the airline will manage all these additional frequencies with only 10 B733s and 4 Atr-72s.


http://www.airliners.net/aviation-fo....main/5329790/
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Old December 11th, 2011, 09:07 PM   #169
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but Jat airways need more fleet like maybe the a319 or a320 or the 733 or 744 to increase more flight to boost more income
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Old December 11th, 2011, 10:00 PM   #170
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^ of course. I think they are getting two B737NG or A319, but they are tight lipped due to previous issues to come up with a new fleet.
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Old December 13th, 2011, 10:39 PM   #171
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^ of course. I think they are getting two B737NG or A319, but they are tight lipped due to previous issues to come up with a new fleet.
ohhh ok thanks for the news
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Old December 14th, 2011, 05:10 AM   #172
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^ of course. I think they are getting two B737NG or A319, but they are tight lipped due to previous issues to come up with a new fleet.
Yes. Perhaps they would be interested in the new Sukhoi Superjet. It seems like it would fit our needs as a regional airline well.
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Old December 14th, 2011, 05:30 AM   #173
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I think "YU-ANH" should be fixed and back in service. That one has been in Jat technics hangar for some time.
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Old December 14th, 2011, 09:11 AM   #174
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yeh true true but alex they can...........
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Old December 16th, 2011, 01:39 PM   #175
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From this summer Jat Airways will launching direct flights from Belgrade Nikola Tesla airport to London Gatwick.
Little off topic: is there any thoughts/rumors about JAT going long haul?
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Old December 16th, 2011, 07:12 PM   #176
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This is the area to be renovated. It has not been touched since the early 1980s. RTS TV is confirming news that they have just started.

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Old December 16th, 2011, 08:22 PM   #177
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Little off topic: is there any thoughts/rumors about JAT going long haul?
Hmm Jat Airways had been trying since 1997. They got one their DC10s ready in mid 1990s when economic sanctions were lifted back in 1997. I am not sure why and what went wrong at that time. After the NATO 1999 aggression on Yugoslavia, the politics played the role why nothing was done in regards to long-haul.

Speaking about 1997-2005, JAT only flew to China, (PEK) AND some charters to Cuba. In mid 2005, the situation improved a bit. Jat airways flew to JFK with Uzbekistan Airways on a B767-300ER. BEG was chosen as their refuling stop on their way to JFK. The service was halted because Serbian pax were not happy with the service on board. The other bright part from the mid 2000s was Sky Service introducing YYZ-BEG. The idea was good, but they decided to send us the narrow body B757 on a eight hour flight, with a tech stop in Dublin for refuiling. The flights meant to fail from the start based on the choice of equipment. Somehow they managed to stick for 2-3 seasons in Belgrade. Since than nothing has happened. The only bright side was/is Jat decided to return to Dubai to feed Australia bound pax. That can shave off ten hours travel time besides doing triangle flight via Western EU. There is also Fly-Dubai to compete with JAT Airways.
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Jat Tehnika in Airbus deal (BEG JAT tech to work on Airbus)

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Jat Airways’ technical division, Jat Tehnika, will begin servicing Airbus aircraft next year. The deal between the European aircraft manufacturer and Jat Tehnika was signed on December 5. Airbus will train over 300 employees at the Belgrade based company from February 2012. At the same time, work will begin on the upgrade of “Hanger 2” at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport which will be used for servicing Airbus jets. As a result, Tehnika will be able to carry out line and spot maintenance on Airbus A318, A319, A320 and A321 models. The company already has existing licenses to service ATR42 and 72 models as well as Boeing jets. The maintenance of Airbus aircraft will begin in July 2012.

Jat Tehnika outlines that the deal is significant not only because it will boost business but it will also allow Jat Airways to purchase Airbus jets if it wishes to without additional costs of maintaining the aircraft outside the country. Jat Tehnika currently holds contracts with British low cost airline Jet2.com, Transaero and UTair Aviation while Jat Airways accounts for more than half of its business. Jat Tehnika, which was separated from Jat Airways in 2005, is wholly owned by the Serbian government and employs some 1.000 people.

Meanwhile, Jat Airways’ acting CEO, Vadimir Ognjenović has been promoted to the post of CEO, despite government promises that the management would be professionalised and chosen upon merit rather than party lines. Ognjenović became Jat’s acting CEO in December last year.
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Reconstruction of the terminal at the Airport "Nikola Tesla"

(Google translated page from Serbian 'Blic.rs' news paper)

Reconstruction of the terminal at the Airport "Nikola Tesla"
Beta | 16 12th The 2011th - 11:33 pm | Comments: 0

International Airport "Nikola Tesla" in Belgrade started the reconstruction of the terminal building, it was said BETA in this company.

As noted, the project was planned to transit the border area to build the new 10,000 square feet of space and reconstruct the existing 9000 square meters.

At the airport pointed out that all works will be financed by own funds, without borrowing.



The project was planned in four phases, and the agreed value of the first phase is 550 million dinars (about 5.5 million euros), told the Beta agency.



Completion of the first phase is designed for middle of next year, when it will be completely reconstructed in the space between the waiting room C2 and A6, say at the Airport "Nikola Tesla" (www.beg.aero).



As stated in the final, fourth phase of the terminal building to be built new, additional floor.



General Manager of the Belgrade airport Velimir Radosavljevic said that the pace of the reconstruction as planned not to disturb the regularity of air transport.



According to him, parts of the building will be partially closed phase, but so that it will not interfere with passengers.



"All we are doing this so we can maximize the comfort of our passengers. There will be many more new facilities such as restaurants, various types of actions and everything they offer the most modern airports in Europe," said Radosavljevic.



Belgrade "Nikola Tesla" Airport has announced that on Thursday, 15 December Belgrade Airport handled 3 million pax, which, as mentioned, the result was not achieved for 23 years.



"The desired increase of more than 30 percent of passengers in just two years (2009. Achieved under 2.4 million passengers), which management has created its business policy, conditions and respond to the needs of both airlines, and passengers," it said in BETA Belgrade "Nikola Tesla".
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YU-AMC, thank you for your answer!
Hope that JAT will start serving JFK again.
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