Tuesday, January 7, 2014

~ MERRY CHRISTMAS ~

Belgrade

Wishing all EX-YU Aviation News followers marking the holiday today a Merry Christmas

Podgorica

~
Срећан Божић
Среќен Божиќ
Srećan Božić
~

Best wishes

Ohrid

Visit tomorrow for your latest fix of aviation news from the former Yugoslavia

Banja Luka

19 comments:

  1. Admin thanks for the vintage photo. It looks I am getting old if I find myself on vintage photos (third from left). Photo was taken either 1986 or 1987 and published in book which was part of 40th anniversary of Ljubljana airport (2003)

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    1. When looking at these vintage images, I wonder what the story of these people's life is, what they are doing today, after all that happened at the Balkans. Good too see that somebody has spoken up and is apparently doing well.

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  2. Мир божији, Христос се роди. Желим свим верницима годину пуну успеха у здравља а исто тако се надам да ће се верници Српске православне цркве мање терорисати широм бивше Југославије.

    The new church in Podgorica that belongs to the Serbian Orthodox Church looks stunning. It's even more beautiful in person. It should become the symbol of the city. :)

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    1. Banja Luka church is also stunning in person. :)

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    2. Banja Luka is a nice city, hopefully more people hear of it and visit it now when Air Serbia is flying there.

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    3. @ anonymous @ 11:02 AM
      You are such a hypocrite. you use 'peace' & 'jesus' in one sentence and the rest of your post is filled with hate and intolerance. Stop polluting this blog with your hatred.

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    4. It has nothing to do with hate a intolerance, I am merely saying that there are people in ex-YU who are not allowed to practice their religion just because they are Serbian Orthodox.
      Your post calls for discrimination of the Serbs, so mister, you are the one who is polluting with your hatred.

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    5. Just ignore him, he is probably offended by the fact you used Cyrillic.

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    6. ...Pay back is a bitch.... Jel se tako kaze na engleskom... (By the way I am a Serb my self but able to see my self in the mirror)

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  3. MIR BOZJI! HRISTOS SE RODI! Vlasniku, redakciji ex-yu aviation portala, svima koji pisui i citaju sa ovog saita, a posebno zaposljenim u AIR SERBIA i mojem QANTAS AIRWAYS-u, svima koji slave danas Rozdenstvo HRISTOVO, I svima neka bude mir I dobra volja .
    Rod. Marinkovic, AME. Kraljevo / Griffith

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  4. Hristos se rodi!

    Čestit Božić svim ljudima dobre volje!

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  5. Hristos se rodi!

    Srećan Božić svima koji ga slave danas.

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  6. Srećan Božić i Hristos se rodi! Svima sve najbolje

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  7. Hristos ili Isus, Christ, se rodio u 4tom mjesecu ne u prvom.

    Sretan Bozic ili Sretni Zimski solsticij, I da ja sam ateist.



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  8. This morning Cyprus Airways announced that they will have some good news in the coming days.
    Cypriot news just reported that Etihad and Cyprus Airways struck a takeover deal. There is still nothing on the internet but something should surface soon.

    Etihad has been flying to Larnaca for a few years now with their A320. It seems that Etihad is purchasing airlines around Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines. Fun times ahead, that's for sure.
    I wonder if that's why Air Serbia will fly to Larnaca daily with A320 during the summer season.

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    1. Is there any troubled airline in the world that is NOT in alleged finalization of the takeover deal with Etihad?

      I'm not asking you, it is more of a general nevera :)

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    2. Though I understand what you are saying, I think that if both the national tv station reported and the airline hinted at it then it means there is something there. Cyprus' geographical location and its future export of natural gas make CY a very interesting candidate. :)

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