Saturday, October 17, 2009

2009/10 winter season timetable
Jat Airways


Jat Airways will launch its 2009/10 winter schedule on October 25 with 11 aircraft – 7 Boeing B737-300s, 3 ATR72s and 1 Boeing B737-200. The rest of the airline’s aircraft have either been leased or stored at Belgrade Airport. The Boeing B737-200 will not be scheduled on any service and will be used only in case there are technical problems with other aircraft. Keep in mind that this is a preliminary schedule and as such is subject to change. Any changes will be brought to your attention by visiting the blog.

Frequency changes

Jat will be reducing most of its European services by a few frequencies. Flights to Thessaloniki, Stockholm, Rome, Istanbul, Copenhagen, Banja Luka, Athens, Amsterdam and Ljubljana will see a 1 weekly frequency deduction, with the exception of Zurich which will see a 2 weekly service deduction. On the contrary, the services to Brussels, Tivat and Larnaca will increase by one weekly flight. Frequencies to Zurich and London will be increased between December 19 and January 9. There are practically no aircraft changes during the winter.

New and suspended routes

Jat will only be suspending its seasonal services to Pula, Ohrid and Gothenburg. However, flights to Gothenburg will operate between December 19 and January 9, once per week. The airline is not introducing any new destinations this winter and will suspend its 2 weekly Niš - Zurich service.

The following displays all of the modifications taking place in the Jat Airways 2009/10 winter schedule from Belgrade











































































































































































































































DestinationFrequency Summer 09

Frequency Winter 09/10

Aircraft Summer 09

Aircraft Winter 09/10

Abu Dhabi22B737-300B737-300
Amsterdam65B737-300B737-300
Athens43B737-300B737-300
Banja Luka32ATR72ATR72
Berlin44B737-300B737-300
Brussels2 (via Amsterdam)3 (via Amsterdam)B737-3000B737-300
Copenhagen43B737-300B737-300
Dusseldorf55B737-300B737-300
Frankfurt77B737-300B737-300
Gothenburg21 (from December 19 – January 9)B737-300B737-300
Istanbul65B737-300ATR72/B737-300
Larnaca34B737-300B737-300
Ljubljana54ATR72ATR72
London77B737-300/-400B737-300
Malta22B737-300B737-300
Milan44B737-200/-300B737-300
Monastir22B737-300B737-300
Moscow77B737-200/-300B737-300
Ohrid2SUSPENDEDATR72-
Paris77B737-300B737-300
Podgorica1414ATR72/B737-300ATR72/B737-300
Pula3SUSPENEDDATR72-
Rome65B737-300B737-300
Sarajevo77ATR72ATR72
Skopje1210ATR72ATR72
Stockholm43B737-300B737-300
Tel Aviv2 (1 via Larnaca)2 (1 via Larnaca)B737-300B737-300
Tivat1415ATR72ATR72
Thessaloniki65ATR72ATR72
Tripoli2 (via Malta2 (via Malta)B737-300B737-300
Vienna1414ATR72ATR72
Zurich97B737-300B737-300

All frequencies are on a weekly basis

4 comments:

  1. Would be nice for the complete JAT fleet to be airworthy to fly, offering a couple more destinations. Would love to see JAT back in the ME and to have the flights come into BEG to connect onto flights within Europe, mainly Amam, Beirut, Damascus and Tehran.

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  2. ...you forgot Baghdad :)

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  3. Baghdad could work. Serbian (Yugoslav) companies did work in Iraq (Energoprojekt for example), and Zastava is selling arms to the Iraqi army...plus offering competive fares for BGW via BEG to Europe could entice more traffic. OS flies to Erbil instead, and IA offers their flight to ARN from Erbil rather than BGW. Maybe Erbil is more safer? Good scheduling, campaigning and product could make the route work.

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  4. I do not see JAT having lot of possibilties in ME market. While JAT was continuously degraded in the last 15 years, ME airlines have advanced/expanded and modernised, look at the Jordanian for example, brand new planes, good service, far better than JAT at the moment

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