Articles Tagged ‘Jat Airways’
Air Serbia is double the size of its predecessor Jat Airways; Zurich overtakes Paris to become number one route from Belgrade
Air Serbia has witnessed a major period of growth since financial aid arrived in the form of Etihad Airways, with the airline now being double the size of its predecessor Jat Airways. However, even with growth, the airline is still not sustainable in certain country markets. anna.aero analyses to see where growth has been focused […]
Jat Airways of Servia adds seasonal services to London Gatwick Airport from its base in Belgrade.
Jat Airways now flies from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport in the Serbian capital to Split on the Croatian coast.
Jat Airways now again flies to Malta Airport from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport in Serbia.
Jat Airways begins twice-weekly flights from Belgrade to Pula; route last served in 2009.
In spite of the financial difficulties facing Serbia’s national carrier Jat Airways, the airline is set to grow this year with capacity increases and further new routes. But how did the airline perform last year? In which markets will the carrier be growing the most? And what is happening with the privatisation attempts?
A very busy week with 75 new routes starting in all corners of the world. But which Chinese airline launched its second trans-Pacific route? Which North American airline launched six transatlantic services? And which two airlines relaunched landmark services between Dubrovnik and Belgrade?
Although ‘only’ 38 new routes launched in the last week, we have witnessed an unusually busy week for cakes. It seems Easter gave a sweet tooth for the world’s route launch celebrations. But which airline launched a new international route last week with its single aircraft?
Wizz Air opens Belgrade base; single A320 now operates 23 weekly departures to nine destinations including Rome
Yes, apparently a base can consist of just a single aircraft, at least according to Wizz Air. But which new routes has it added from Belgrade this week and what competition does it face, directly and indirectly? How is demand developing in Belgrade and what other new routes are starting there this summer?
An entire 54 new routes launched in the last week! Basel, Delhi and Rome Fiumicino saw the most new routes, but we have a full report from all over the world. And most importantly, lots of great pictures to go with it!
Relaxation of EU visa rules sees Serbia’s Belgrade Nikola Tesla airport attract 10 new airlines in just six months
Last week Belgrade won a Euro Annie from us. How has traffic developed in recent years and which are the leading airlines serving the airport? Which are the leading country markets? And don’t forget the aviation museum!
Over 40 new routes have been started since mid-December. Countries involved in celebrating new services include Argentina, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, India, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, the Lebanon, Lithuania, Mexico, Netherlands, Serbia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Thailand, the UAE, the UK, the USA and Uzbekistan.