Ouch... God knows what will happen now.
I hope they don't make the same mistake again.
Only with radical changes, including management ones Jat can survive. New CEO with political back up, rather then aviation knowledge and great management skills will only manage Jat to disappear. Having in mind the choices Government made from 2000 onwards, I am not optimistic.But time will show, lets hope...
wooow turn jat into a ryanair for the balkans :)
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