Services between Belgrade and Pula were resumed in 2008, after 17 years. The flights operated as summer seasonal flights in 2009 as well. There were indications that, due to the success of the service in 2008 and 2009, the flights could be extended all year round. During the 2010 summer season Jat will be operating flights to Trieste (3 times per week), Portorož (2 times), Ljubljana (6 times), Sarajevo (daily), Podgorica (21 times per week), Tivat (31 times), Skopje (12 times) and Ohrid (2 times) within the region.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Croatia over and out
Jat dumps PulaAfter 2 consecutive years of seasonal summer flights, Jat Airways will suspend services to Pula. The flights are to be replaced by the Belgrade – Portorož service which commences on April 15. Despite Croatia becoming a more popular destination with Serbian tourists each year, the airline has decided to remove the coastal Croatian city from its destination network. Instead it has opted for subsidised flights to Slovenia. The airline will focus on increasing its frequencies on regional services such as Skopje which will be served 12 times per week.