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Meni nije jasno kako je 1990. sa daleko manjim obimom putovanja na svetskom nivou bilo moguce imati letove do Venecuele, Perta i Seula (ko je tamo leteo toliko?) iz jedne Jugoslavije a da danas do Perta ne leti nijedna kompanija iz Evrope.
 

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What International Air Travel Was Like in the 1930s

Flying in Style

Equal parts harrowing adventure and indulgent luxury, taking an international flight in the 1930s was quite an experience. But it was an experience that people who could afford it signed up for in droves.

Nearly 50,000 people would fly Imperial Airways from 1930 until 1939. But these passengers paid incredibly high prices to hop around the world. The longest flights could span over 12,000 miles and cost as much as $20,000 when adjusted for inflation.

A flight from London to Brisbane, Australia, for instance, (the longest route available in 1938) took 11 days and included over two dozen scheduled stops. Today, people can make that journey in just 22 hours, with a single layover in Hong Kong, and pay less than $2,000 for a round trip ticket.

Comfort and Discomfort

Imperial Airways appealed to the consumer who desired the most luxurious way to travel. But it wasn't always very pleasant, despite the most advanced technology of the time. People would often get sick, and bowls were discreetly placed under the seats to ensure that passengers had a place to throw up. The widespread pressurization of cabins wouldn't occur until the 1950s, so altitude sickness often meant that people needed to receive oxygen.

The temperature inside the cabin was also a major consideration, since horror stories of incredibly cold flights were common in the late 1920s.

In 1939, Imperial Airways hoped to assure passengers that such discomforts were well in the past: "There is no need to wrap yourself up. All aeroplanes are heated and air-conditioned... and there is no need to worry about noise, for the walls are insulated, allowing conversation to be carried on in a normal voice."

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Mislim da je to naknadno crtano radi orijentacije (jer su mnoga od mesta na koja je sletao danas nepoznata i nebitna), ovo je originalni plan ali on nije imao mapu



Spavalo se znaci u Sautemptonu, Atini, Bagdadu, Basri, Karaciju, Dzodpuru, Kalkuti, Bangkoku, Singapuru, Surabaji, Darvinu i Taunsvilu
 

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Srbija | četvrtak 20.02.2014. | 20:04
Kad je Srbija bila među najmoćnijim
Izvor: Tanjug

Beograd -- Srbija je pre 101 godinu-među prvim zemljama u svetu-donela pravni akt o vazdušnom saobraćaju i po tome stala u red sa najbogatijim i najmoćnijim zemljama tada.

Direktorat civilnog vazduhoplovstva Srbije s ponosom podseća da se 21. februara navršava 101 godina od donošenja prvog pravnog akta u Kraljevini Srbiji koji je regulisao oblast vazduhoplovstva.

Vazduhoplovi teži od vazduha su privukli pažnju pravnika još sredinom 19. veka, ali pošto se letelica sa motorom pojavila tek 1903. godine, prvi pravni izvori potiču iz prve decenije prošlog veka.

Objavljivanje uredbe je Kraljevinu Srbiju uvrstilo u napredne zemlje, koje su među prvima pravnim aktom regulisale vazdušni saobraćaj u svojoj zemlji i na taj način udarile temelj razvoja civilnog vazduhoplovstva u celom svetu.

Mnoge zemlje uredbe su donele kasnije

Tada je, na predlog tadašnjeg ministra unutrašnjih dela Stojana M. Protića i ministra vojnog - đenerala Milana Božanovića, radi štićenja državnih interesa "u pogledu sprečavanja uhođenja, carinskih prava, narodnog zdravlja i narodne odbrane, kao i bezbednosti građana, po milosti božijoj i volji narodnoj", kralj Petar Prvi Karađorđević propisao "Uredbu o saobraćaju spravama, koje se kreću po vazduhu".

Taj dokument je objavljen u Službenom dnevniku Kraljevine Srbije (br. 41 od 21.02.1913. godine).

Nemačka je svoju "Uredbu o vazduhoplovstvu", donela 10. avgusta 1910. godine. Potom su sledile Uredbe u Pruskoj (22.10.1910. godine), Engleskoj (2.6.1911. godine), Francuskoj (22.11.1911. godine) i u Austro-Ugarskoj (20.12.1912. godine).

Srbija je svoju prvu Uredbu o vazduhoplovstvu donela pre mnogih razvijenijih država, među kojima su SAD "Uredba o vazduhoplovstvu" (13.5.1913. godine) i Italija (22.09.1913. godine).

Mnoge zemlje će je tek doneti mnogo godina kasnije.

Objavljivanje uredbe je Kraljevinu Srbiju uvrstilo u napredne zemlje, koje su među prvima pravnim aktom regulisale vazdušni saobraćaj u svojoj zemlji i na taj način udarile temelj razvoja civilnog vazduhoplovstva u celom svetu.
 

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Beograd - Dubai 1988.


Dubai - Singapore


1987. Dubai - Singapore



Singapore - Melbourne 1987.



Provod Jatovaca u Sidneju



Sydney-Melbourne


Melbourne-Singapore


Beograd - New York na DC-10

 

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Pa zar je to do Auto-Moto saveza?
U sklopu clanarine. Bolje je tako nego neka drzavna sluzba na koju ne mozes da se oslonis.

Inace ne znam o cemu pricamo, da li ste vi svesni kakvo je rasulo u hitnoj pomoci. Oni nemaju par opremljenih vozila, opremljenih u smislu nosila i sl. Potpuni raspad.
 
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