Jat Airways will operate the service with their Boeing B737-300. The seat capacity will be 123 with 9 seats in business class and 114 in economy. Jat will offer its full meal service on the flight with a total of 2 meals served onboard (one hot from Belgrade to Larnaca and on the return from Abu Dhabi to Larnaca and one cold from Larnaca to Abu Dhabi and on the return from Larnaca to Belgrade). Passengers will also be issued with pillows and blankets while all alcoholic drinks will be free, unlike on Jat’s European services where alcoholic beverages are priced. Jat Airways has also received full rights to sell tickets from Larnaca to Abu Dhabi and vice versa.
Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates and unlike its rival Dubai it has been largely unaffected by the global financial crisis. The national airline of the UAE, Etihad Airways, is considered one of the best in the world and is in the process of major expansion with services already operating to Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and North America. Jat will operate 2 times per week to Abu Dhabi although this is expected to increase by at least one flight during the winter season.