Tuesday, January 1, 2013

~ HAPPY NEW YEAR ~

Belgrade

If you’re reading this today then you’re a terribly loyal reader. Thank you for following and contributing to EX-YU Aviation News. 2012 was an eventful year in EX-YU aviation so looking forward to an even better 2013. 

Sarajevo

Wishing you a very Happy and Prosperous New Year and the best 2013 has to offer 

Sretna nova godina Srećna nova godina Срећна нова година Среќна нова година Srečno novo leto Gëzuar Vitin e Ri 
~ 

Priština

Stay safe and enjoy the holidays. As always, visit tomorrow for the latest news.

Skopje

Yours truly,
 EX-YU Aviation!

17 comments:

  1. Beautiful pics. Hope all of you in ex-Yu are having fun. Still a couple of hours left for us in the USA. Happy New Year!

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  2. Thanks for the tireless work. Happy new year. Pozdrav iz Sidneja :)

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  3. Happy new year from sydney

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  4. Happy New Year from London!

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  5. Happ New Year everybordy from Copenhagen, And thanks Ex-Yu for posting news and informing us daily aviation news. Big Greetings

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  6. happy New Year from London. Alex

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  7. Happy New Year .... Greetings from DownUnder , Sydney

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  8. Happy New Year from Palermo, Italy!!!

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  9. Happy New Year from London England

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  10. Happy New Year from Amsterdam

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  11. Happy New Year to all blog readers. ExYU aviation thank you for 365 interesting post in 2012. You don't have to be not a bit better in 2013, but please keep a good work in same standard.

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  12. Happy New Year from Amsterdam and keep up the good work in 2013 :)

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  13. wtf? :)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:BosnaAir_Tupolev_Tu-154M_Wallner.jpg

    Happy New Yeaaaaar! <3

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  14. To all of us, terribly loyal readers, prosperous and joyous new year :)

    All the best

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  15. There are rumors that LH will start thrice daily flights from Frankfurt in the summer months. Nothing is official, just rumors. I guess they would then use Embraer 190 instead of Airbuses during summer

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  16. Happy new year to all of you who keep us informed on here :) Thank you for your blog!

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