Wednesday, March 24, 2010


It's time for summer

The 2010 summer season in aviation begins on Sunday, March 28 and will last until October 30. It will be the second summer season overshadowed by the global financial crisis which has hit the aviation world, no exception being the EX-YU region. Adria Airways, B&H Airlines, Croatia Airlines, Jat Airways and Montenegro Airlines will be increasing frequencies, introducing new destinations and, as it stands now, all airlines are expected to introduce new aircraft to their fleet sometime during the summer season.

In order to view the modifications that the abovementioned airlines have made for the 2010 summer season, click the name of each below.

Adria Airways · B&H Airlines · Croatia Airlines · Jat Airways · Montenegro Airlines


  1. General increases across the board which is good to see - let's hope it can be a good year for the airlines across the board. Be interesting to see what numbers look like against summer 2009 (notice already that JP not flying 13/weekly to SJJ for example).

    Also, any word on OUs next Q400 delivery (which was due in March) and/or the removal of 9A-CTM? Will this have any impact on OUs plans for its summer TT?

  2. Nikada mi nece biti jasno zasto JU i YM ne organizuju code share...mislim da bi sve bilo mnogo lakse i jednostavnije! :)

  3. Btw, Adria has never flown to SJJ during night - during summer 2009.
    they have flown during night just few months in winter 08/09. overall flts to SJJ are quite empty :(

  4. LJU-SJJ-LJU quite empty? On my last 3 flights CRJ 200 was always full. Ones only Y pax but still full.


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