The chairman of Jat’s management board, Saša Vlaisavljević, said that flights to Dubrovnik have to be put in front of politics and that they have been introduced primarily because of the will from passengers. Tonči Peović, Dubrovnik Airport CEO, said that he hopes the issue will be resolved as soon as possible. According to Serbian media reports the same mood resonates amongst most citizens of Dubrovnik.
Yesterday’s flight from Belgrade to Dubrovnik as well as the flight on Monday (July 13) has been cancelled. Jat has compensated passengers that were to travel on these dates although those that still wanted to enjoy their summer in Dubrovnik were flown to Tivat where a bus service to the seaside Croatian town was organised.