Thursday, August 20, 2015

Air Serbia posts improved H1 results

Air Serbia increases revenue, passenger numbers and cargo

Air Serbia yesterday posted its results for the first half of the year, recording an increase in revenue, passenger numbers and cargo. The Serbian carrier saw its operating revenues total 95.5 million euros, an increase of 29% over the same period last year. It handled 1.1 million passengers, up 19%. The airline’s passenger carrying capacity, measured in Available Seat Kilometres (ASKs), increased by 10% to 1.74 billion, while its on-time performance averaged 84.2%, an improvement 13.3% on 2014. Air Serbia Cargo also performed significantly better in H1 2015, carrying 1.763 tonnes of freight, a 42% increase on H1 2014. As a result, cargo revenue grew by 28%. The airline omitted to post both its profit margins and average cabin load factor.

Commenting on the results, Air Serbia’s CEO, Dane Kondić, said, “During the first half of this year we have continued to deliver against the clear commercial mandate set out by our two shareholders. These results are strong even when compared to the encouraging numbers we saw in the first half of 2014, the first full calendar year of Air Serbia’s operation”. He added, “Importantly, we have continued to grow not just in revenues and passenger numbers, but also in reputation, performance and maturity, emerging as a regional industry leader in a relatively short period of time. As we approach our second anniversary later this year, we continue to focus on the enhancement of our offer and the development of our people. These are areas that are most directly related to our ability to deliver on superior standards of service, the key factor for our long-term success”. The airline created an additional 269 jobs during the first half of the year.

Last week, Serbia’s Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vučić, said the airline will lease an Airbus A330 aircraft in order to commence transatlantic flights during the first quarter of 2016. Reiterating that the carrier will launch services to New York, the PM said that both the airport and Air Serbia will work together to meet all technical requirements needed for these flights, especially baggage transfer which has proved problematic in the past. Mr Vučić added that Air Serbia is expected to be profitable for a second consecutive year, expressing his gratitude to the airline’s part-owner, Etihad Airways, for providing Air Serbia with a good network, transfer opportunities and know-how.

120 comments:

  1. Good but they should also show if they had a profit or loss.

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    1. Relax, airlines are not all about profit but about power, and dominance, and my is bigger than your airline kind of stuff.

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  2. It was a quiet, joyful morning. Then a positive news feed came in.

    The avalanche of hate in 3, 2, 1...

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    1. Haha.. tako je ;) idemo preko 100 komentara ;)

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    2. There are three types of people in this world:

      Those that consider Air Serbia to be a worse crime than the holocaust

      Those that consider Air Serbia to be God's gift to humanity

      And those whom understand that Air Serbia is neither perfect nor horrible, but somewhere in between.

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    3. Four actually, and this group represents the absolute majority..... the ones who really don't care!

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    4. What type of airline company reports "results" without saying if it was profitable or loss making, by how much and what was their load factor?

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    5. An Air Serbia type of airline. You are free not to fly them.

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    6. Anon 12:07
      "What type of airline company reports "results" without saying if it was profitable or loss making"

      Actually many companies do this and for different reasons. Company I work for do that all the time since they are not publicly traded so they don't have to provide full disclosure. i asked once our PR lady what's behind it and she said that they don't want competition to know what or margins are. Here, I have a tough time believing this is the reason (95M income on 1.12M pax!!!)

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    7. Anon 1:27 I am free not to fly them but I am not free as a tax payer not to pay their losses and their government subversion.
      I am also free to criticize them.
      if you don't like it that's too bad for you.

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    8. I actually like and appreciate criticism.

      What I dislike is the use of 'we all know very well...' accusations instead of arguments.

      If you are worried where your money goes you can try and provide some numbers. If there are no numbers you can criticize it as such. 'Everybody does this, only Air Serbia does not' is not an argument - it is a label that is supposed to make the carrier bad no matter what. That is the problem with haters, they can't tell objective criticism from sandwich activism.

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    9. We still can not find financial report for 2014. It is end of August. And that is against law!!!! So, based on that I don't believe in this numbers also.

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  3. PM Vucic "Neki žele da unište "Er Srbiju" i to i sada pokušavaju, ali im nešto ne ide. "

    "Someone is trying to destroy Air Serbia but thus far they haven't much success. They're still trying."

    Germany would be the usual suspect. One assumes he is referring to Lufhansa, right ?


    source: http://www.novosti.rs/vesti/naslovna/ekonomija/aktuelno.239.html:562239-Tesla-i-Er-Srbija-obaraju-sve-rekorde


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    1. The man is an idiot. And what he is saying is the same as always when it comes from a politician in Serbia, there has to be an outside enemy which they can focus peoples attention instead of just shut the fxck up and let the management of the company do their job or fire them.

      No change from Slobo the Almighty until now.

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    2. The sad thing, for all aviation fans, is that JU will play an active role in the election campaign (that has already begun). This is simply because SNS doesn't have much going on for them:

      1. South Stream is dead.
      2. Belgrade Waterfront is going from one disaster to another.
      3. Standard of living has gone down.
      4. Salaries and retirement cheques have been reduced.
      5. Vucic has become as bad as Tadic when it comes to arrogance and his general behaviour of acting like a victim.

      As for his enemy remark, I think he referred to some people from within Serbia, just like he attacked Ljajic and Pajtic the other day. Vucic should remember that we have a tradition in Serbia, each time a politician calls for early elections, he is badly defeated.

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    3. Both above, +1.

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    4. Elections in Serbia will be held March 2016... Expect USA flights before that

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    5. The issue is that the government will not be willing to cover the losses of this route in the post-election period forcing JU to work on a miraculous solution for the mess that imbecile Vucic created.

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    6. Anonymous August 20, 2015 at 10:58 AM

      Your comment is overtly pessimist and subjective.

      1. South Stream was shelved, due to the geopolitical situation in Ukraine. It's beyond Serbia's control, and is what it is. The need for a natural gas stream through the Balkans is a given, and it will be constructed within the next 20 years.

      2. Belgrade Waterfront is far from a disaster. The building of the first two towers will commence on 20 September. I don't know when you were last in Savamala, but if you took the effort, you would have seen that the preparation work has been finalised, and the first part of the new promenade is well under construction. This is not an overnight project, and for a country with our level of means, will be done in phases.

      3. Standard of living has, according to statistical data that is readily available, gone up. As compared to year-on-year, salaries are marginally higher, inflation is at an all-time low and unemployment is falling. If your personal standard of living has gone down, it is not reflective of the rest of the population.

      4. Salaries of public servants and pensions did go down, but that was necessary, in order to stabilse the budget. In a country like ours, where the aspirational backbone of employment is in public and not private sector, the strain on the budget is immense. It was either that, or we all end up like Greece. This is a short-term measure.

      5. Vucic's "victimised" stance is his modus operandi. Each unto their own. As long as we see results, which in my humble opinion are quite visible, unless you selectively elect not to open your eyes, he can behave like Charlie Chaplin, for all I care.

      Postali ste stvarno degutantni sa negativnim izjavama i u onim situacijama kada su vesti sasvim ok, kao ovde.

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    7. Anonymous 12.09

      1. It doesn't matter why it was suspended the fact is that Vucic was boasting that it was all thanks to his government and that it will be our ticket out of poverty. He lost that weapon from his arsenal.

      2. Belgrade Waterfront has gone from 'we will invest billions in reconstructing the whole area and a tower will rise over the city' to 'we are building a simple, two tower building right next to the Savski most. Then there was the whole lex specialis nightmare with the Savanova debacle when it was revealed that the building was built without the necessary permits (and it still doesn't have them). Furthermore, the contract between Serbia and Eagle Hills is still a mystery. In the end, shall I remind you that Eagle Hills got 68% of the entire project for 22,000 Euros? Yeah, ok...

      3. Statistics, statistics and lies. Shall I remind you that back in 2000 Greece presented its own statistics which proved they were eligible to become a Eurozone member. Look at them today. Statistics can be fixed easily in order to serve someone's interest.

      Ako si ti ista drugaciji od nas, sta se spustas na nas nivo onda? ;)

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    8. Oh and let me add something else, he butchered the public sector before reforming the private one.
      How are these people supposed to move into the private sector when it's being destroyed by excessive taxation, inefficient bureaucracy and so on.

      That will only make a bad situation worse.

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    9. Anonymous August 20, 2015 at 12:19 PM

      I think you are still beating around the bush a bit.

      1. A the time Vucic was boasting about it, it seemed a done deal. Everything at the time indicated it was a project that will materialise. And, if it wasn't for the Bulgarian EU/NATO ass-kissing government, we would probably be seeing the results, as we speak.

      2. I don't know if you are misinterpreting the facts, but as I mentioned, a project of that caliber has to be split in phases, Nemoze da BnV izraste kao zelena trava. Mora negde da se pocne. So those two towers are segment A of phase 1. Followed by segment B, phase 1, etc. 22,000 je minimum suma koja su Arapi uplatili da bi stekli udeo u kompaniji. Investicije su znatno veceo od toga.

      3. Well, statistics have not always been so rosy. So are they also fixed when they show negative trends? Over the past 2 years, there have been plenty of negative stats.

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    10. You lot are amazing. You know the date of the elections and you know there will be transatlantic flights for the campaign. I have tried to google both the election date and the launch date for the flights but could not find anything. I wonder if any of you would be willing to wet lease that crystal ball you have? I promise to return it perfect condition and will pay a fair price. Thanks :)

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    11. Seems like you suck at Googling... For a week now there were rumours of elections but our master still has to find a way around the constitution so as to get what he wants.

      http://www.blic.rs/Vesti/Politika/584308/Vucic-najavom-izbora-zbunio-i-naprednjake

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    12. Rumours, lol.

      There have been rumours of ASL's transatlantic flights on this blog for more than a year. It was never related to any elections. Now you haters all know there will be elections (not just rumours, you KNOW) and you know flights will be launched a week before people go to the polls. That is what I hoped to google - THE DATES. Which you of course don't have. But you do have enough hate to fill at least 700 lorries. If hate could be exported for cash Serbia would be by far the richest country in the world.

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    13. http://www.novosti.rs/%D0%B2%D0%B5%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B8/%D0%BD%D0%B0%D1%81%D0%BB%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%BD%D0%B0/%D0%BF%D0%BE%D0%BB%D0%B8%D1%82%D0%B8%D0%BA%D0%B0.393.html:563311-Izbori-u-martu

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    14. Seems like you are a special kind of stupid. Haven't you read that Vucic wants the elections but he can't just call them as he lacks a valid reason for them so he needs to go around the constitution.
      One of the possible reasons for him wanting to go for elections is because he wants to 'take' Vojvodina.

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    15. Haters complained about delayed flights, empty planes and lost baggage in 2013 and 2014, now they don't have any arguments. Airline has more passengers and better LF, improved punctuality, introduced online check in, lounge, wifi and 737 retirement are behind the corner... nothing to complain about so let's switch to politics and conspiracy theories! Life is getting really hard for Air Serbia haters.

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    16. Bags are still being lost though the number has been reduced when compared to last summer.
      Also, all of your fanboys have until winter to brag and whatnot... summer is almost over. ;)

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    17. Anonymous August 20, 2015 at 3:10 PM

      If he is stupid, than you seriously suffer form arrested development, based on your comment. Parliamentary elections, according to the Serbian constitution, can be called up in the instance, amongst others, of the resignation of the PM, whose resignation automatically means the resignation of the entire cabinet. So, if Vucic decides to resign tomorrow, that is constitutionally a valid excuse to call new elections, and he is legally allowed to stand again in those elections. .

      So, please stop creating intrigues with your uneducated comments and do some research.

      As for Vojvodina, it will be taken, and it will be taken very well, since it makes no sense that a party that has 5% popular support, controls it. The province will, naturally, go to those who will win the elections, and it most certainly wont be the current furniture in Banovina Palace.

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    18. You fool, he can't just resign, he has no valid reason for it. He has the majority in the parliament and he is running the show. One of the reasons why he might want an election is because the opposition is weak and he can win an election thus securing an extra two or so years.

      Yeah, don't get ahead of yourself. SNS is far from being a successful party and they might have done some positive things but the negative is not negligible. Don't be so hasty with your attacks against DS... or do you have to so as to earn your sandwich and your €10?

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    19. Anonymous August 20, 2015 at 4:47 PM

      Wrong again. He can resign on his own accord. Please check the constitution and stop embarrassing yourself further. Of course he wants the election because the opposition is weak. Duh. You would do the same if you were him. He wants to cement his position and prolong his mandate. And, if that is what the people want, that is what it will be, in a democratic system.

      I'm not getting ahead of myself. For our post 1991 Balkan misery, SNS is an above average party.

      Dude, I'm not attacking DS. But they have 5% support amongst the people, so through unfair juggling, they are still in control in the northern province. All I'm saying is that those who the people want, should rule. And there is currently a distorted situation in Vojvodina, based on the climate in which the previous elections in the province were held.

      I'm on a protein diet currently so I don't eat sandwiches. But thanks for worrying about my appetite. Sta je staramajka spremila vama za pojesti, danas?

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    20. I was mostly referring to the morality of his resignation, of course that he can do it even this afternoon but for someone who is constantly going on about saving money, holding an election and spending millions doesn't make sense especially when you consider all the things that he has going for him.

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    21. Well, at least he doesn't shy away from elections. Printing an extra piece of paper for parliamentary elections, on top of a local ballot card, wont cost that much more, if local elections are already scheduled. It will save electorate the time, instead of having to go to the ballot twice, over an extended period.

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    22. @anon at 4:36

      Bags are being lost on Singapore Airlines as well, so what? Number has gone down and we agree on that.

      Winter is not going to bring bad news, quite the opposite. Air Serbia good news, mortal coil for the h8ters.

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  4. Given the fact that these flights should start 31th of March 2016, when is the latest that when they should start selling tickets?

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  5. Simple maths tells me (if all other ASL services were excluded and all operational incomes have been achived just by selling tickets) that an average passanger paid for an average flight 87 euros in average.

    Is this ok or not?

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    1. It depends on the benchmark. If you compare it to large carriers who operate long haul flights, this average payment will of course not look good. If you compare it to a 20-aircraft carrier with no widebodies in fleet, then the average payment would look more promising.

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    2. 87 EUR is not promising not even for LCC, especially not for legacy carrier with strong hub transit system.

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    3. Actually, with the exception of BNX, JU doesn't sell a single destination for less than 100 Euros. So once can only assume how cheaply they are selling their transfer tickets if the average is taken down to 87 Euros- especially since we know that 40% of all JU passengers are transferring in Belgrade.

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    4. 87 EUR per leg is good for one hour flights (TGD, TIV, SJJ, SKP, OTP, SOF, BNX), can not be good for 90 minutes flight, but for sure disaster for most of Air Serbia flights and let me point that Air Serbia has lot of long flights like LHR, CDG, AMS, BRU, ARN, CPH, ARN, SVO, AUH, TLV, BEY).

      Concerning this average of 87 EUR is very bad!

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    5. Anon 11:09 exactly right!

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    6. I think that the €87 euro figure would be per direction, so a round trip would be €174 if my math is correct.

      Of course, we don't know what people are really paying because we would need to subtract the other sources of income such as cargo and selling tickets on other airlines' networks.

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    7. Statistika? Skoro celo leto TIV i SPU su leteli sa A320 a prosecna povratna karta je bila izmedju 135 i 150eur.

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    8. Interesting. Wizz Air's network average fare is EUR 75 including all extras at stagelength quite higher than 1h.. [ http://centreforaviation.com/analysis/wizz-airs-first-results-post-ipo-fy2015-underlying-net-profit-up-67-but-slowing-in-fy2016-226735 ]

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    9. 75 for LCC, and 87 for legacy carrier is huge difference.

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    10. So they are paying even more less then 87 per direction if you consider other sources of income.

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    11. There is a poster up there who warned that 87 euro would be per segment, meaning an average pay for a return ticket would be 174 euro.

      There is another poster who warned there might be an error in Air Serbia's statement and the real 6-month operating revenue could be 134 million euro. That would make an average payment of 121 euro per segment, or, 242 euro per return ticket.

      But of course, why reading other posts if the daily mission is to hate, hate, hate, hate, hate, hate...

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    12. anon 1:26

      This is something I noticed yesterday and posted here. Now you can call it hate but 95M is a figure in the official press release. I think it's just natural to trust that source more than some anon poster who says that the figure is not correct

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    13. What is about hate here if someone calculates an average ticket price by officaly mentioned revenue?

      87 is the figure... I would like to be higher

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    14. Maybe the anon who has strated this post has not been precise enough but he has calculated fnumber per single PAX in average. 87 euro is per passanger not per flight. Even worse!

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    15. Well can any of you qualified expert then confirm how many passengers are there for the airline on, for example, BEG-AMS-BEG route? Is it one passenger for the entire journey or one for each segment?

      I think you will agree that most customers buy RETURN FLIGHTS so it would be good to clarify whether they pay 87 or 174 euro in average for a return flight. If they pay an average 87 euro for a SINGLE SEGMENT then you may wish to notify us how does that compare to other carriers?

      Second, official statements can be wrong sometimes. Anon 10:43 provided a clear argument - the airline says their 6-month revenue in 2015 is 95M euro, up 29% from 2014. But their 6-month revenue in 2014 was BIGGER than 95M euro which clearly indicates they mixed something up when they were writing the statement.

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    16. Offiicial is official...tačka, pika, punkt, full stop...they would mixed up something? C'monn...

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  6. Pobogu sve smo to juce raspravili cak i Purgerovu brigu za nezaposlene u Srbiji.

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  7. Admin can u please check:
    1h 2014 revenue 102mil
    1h 2015 revenue 95.5mil up 29% ????
    95.5mil should be 2q revenue and total 1h 2015 95.5 + 39 = 134.5mil
    I think it is air serbia mistake that they didnt say it is 2q revenue.
    Is there any way u can check with them?

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    1. Smanjeni su razni troskovi koje je kompanija imala prosle godine, obuke posada, plate i smestaj stranih pilota, dobrim delom se letelo sa B737, marketing...

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    2. Od 1Sep stjuardese nemaju $ dnevnice.

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    3. @10:34 .... nego?

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  8. Why don't they say exactly how much was their profit/loss, their yield and their load factor?
    Why don't they say exactly which routes are profitable and which ones are loss making?

    This is how a real airline reports it's results.

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    1. Yes, Air Serbia is a fake airline. It does not really exist, everything about it is fabricated by the government. There is no such airline operating from BEG. We got it. Now go and prepare some election leaflets for whichever political party you do your online activism.

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    2. Just because you are a paid government troll you shouldn't assume that everyone else is like yourself.
      Thankfully people like you are a tiny minority.

      ASL is a JOKE of an airline.
      It has no relation with airlines operating in EU countries and making proper statements and full disclosures of their financial situation.

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    3. @ jeste tako je... i KPMG je JOKE firma za reviziju finansija..

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    4. Anon 2:02 PM,

      Your "argument" on proper and full disclosures in EU countries is more of a joke than Air Serbia can ever possibly become. It only confirms what kind of a sad hater you are. You don't like them - you don't fly them. It is that simple. Plenty of options out there. Preaching your hatred to others is just pathetic.

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  9. Don't they boast a bit too much?

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    1. They have to boast. Elections are coming.

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    2. Jebali vas izbori vise kao da prosecnog glasaca zabole za neku ovaku trivijalnu stvar za njih.99% ljudi nema pojma da ima ikakve razlike izmedju jata i air Serbia a voleo bi da upoznam coveka koji ce glasati za nekoga zbog avio kompanije

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    3. Pa hoce sav ovaj silan narod koji su zaposlili. Ceo menadzment je brze bolje zamenio svoje DS clanske karte za SNS.

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    4. Opa. Znaci sigurnih 5 ili 10 glasova za SNS ;)

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  10. Hmmm... so the supreme leader has announced that a single A332 will be joining the fleet so as to launch long-haul flights. Nice.

    What will happen when that single aircraft breaks-down? It will not only create a problem for that flight but for many others.

    How do they intend on being competitive with maximum 2 weekly flights to some North American destination?

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  11. Two planes crashed into each other in Slovakia. 4 people found alive so far.

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  12. So everything is good with Air Serbia but they are loosing money, i notice that communism is still alive

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    1. Tako je. Etihad sirom sveta otvara svoje komunisticke ekspoziture i u njih ulaze novac, jer je tako u mogucnosti.

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    2. Sem Sejsla nijedna im nije uspesna... pogledaj rezultate u Er Berlinu, oni su bukvalno pred bankrotom i imaju kesa za jos nekoliko nedelja.
      Pre nekoliko meseci LBA samo sto ih nije zatvorila zbog nelikvidnosti.

      Ne znam o kom uspehu pricas? Mozda o AZ? Jetu?

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    3. @12:38 ako moram da te podsecam na pricu o Jat-u... glupo je da ti ista pricam..

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    4. Jet Airways seem to be turning corner for them. airways announced positive results yesterday

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  13. Svaka cast G Kondicu i ostatku Management-a i Pilotima na odlicnom uspehu .
    Nadam se da ce sa dolaskom A332 otvoriti se jos neka linija prema bliskom istoku .
    I nadam se da ce se moja zelja ispuniti o dolasku dva 320 Ceo.
    INN-NS

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    1. Želje i pozdravi, svaki dan na istim talasima.

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    2. Jeste po jeftinoj ceni 30 eur po satu treba li vama neka REKLAMA.
      INN-NS

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    3. Ne, do sutra, ovo je ok.

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  14. What's happening in BEG? Why are two LH planes (from FRA and MUC) on hold?

    http://www.flightradar24.com/DLH8KA/72ce02a

    http://www.flightradar24.com/DLH8NW/72cad6a

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    1. +2432 fpm digose se i odose prema Novom Sadu

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  15. Judging by their path, I think both seem to have been diverted to TSR.

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  16. Actually being diverted to BUD. Both of them. Weather?

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    1. Ali se zato QR priblizava ambiciozno prema mracnom Beogradu

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    2. Brzo ce ovo da prodje.

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    3. Samo Luftika nije sletela :)

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    4. Check the flightpath of TK34 from Houston. Their 77W on a cruising altitude had to avoid Belgrade as well, less than an hour ago.

      http://www.flightradar24.com/THY34/72c4e8f

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    5. @Eight hahah ;)

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  17. QR is also on hold now, circling above Kragujevac and Pozarevac.

    http://www.flightradar24.com/QTR225/72d02db

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  18. The american military B707 is now in BEG

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  19. Bosnian airports July 2015:

    Sarajevo - 89.319
    Tuzla - 33.666 !!!
    Mostar - 9.715
    Banja Luka - 2.554

    Bosnia Total - 135.254

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  20. Couple of things caught my eye that nobody commented by now.

    “269 jobs created in the first half”. Ideally we would like to know what is the NET number. I presume that 10% increase in ASK would require some additional cabin staff but not a lot. Also, they hired some lounge staff etc. but I’ll argue that majority of this is replacement for people who left. Why do they leave? Many people here commented that staff is not treated very well, salaries are small… I would add that MEB3 are always active recruiting young attractive FAs, so portion of them left because of this. Regardless, I don’t know exactly how many employees ASL (probably 2000-3000 the most) but 10+% turnover in staff in half a year is definitely not a good statistics. Again it would be nice to know exact numbers so that one can reduce assumptions but from what I see they shouldn’t be talking about this as something positive.

    “On-time performance average 84.2%, up 13.3%”. Very good result; worldwide stats seem to hover around 80% from what I can see. Last year on this blog there was a lot of conversation about this and obviously with a good reason. Lately, this has died down to non-existence almost. So, kudos to ASL and BEG for improving very important statistic. Hopefully they can do the same on other fronts. Also kudos to most people here as this shows that MOST of the people here actually know what they are talking about.

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    1. Dosta ljudi dolazi ali dosta i odlazi iz firme..

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    2. LF is not good subject since CA published smaller one.

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    3. There was already a positive comment about Air Serbia on time performance yesterday if you missed it.

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    4. Sorry i didn't notice it :)

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  21. Can AirSerbia actually develop further the fourth (night) departure bank of regional flights?

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    1. Oh yes and I think they should do it by introducing year-round Atr flights to both Bucharest and Sofia. They can both depart at around 00.30 - they would be perfect in combination with the noon departures.

      Another thing I don't understand is why don't they keep Skopje at least 10 weekly with 3 night departures. Those were always popular.

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  22. OT
    Zanimljive vesti sa aerotelegraph treba da se stvori Air Albania investitori si iz Kuwajita i treba imati flotu od A320 .
    INN-MS

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    1. Meh... zakasnili su, JU vec pojacava TIA ovog leta tako da ciao.

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    2. Pocetni coljevi su CDG ,LHR , dus I neke linije po italiji i za Kuvajit. .
      INN-NS

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    3. Kuvajt ok ovo sve ostalo moze preko BEG-a pritom mogu da lete iz Tirane za Italiju preko JU-AZ i FCO.

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    4. Ne znam samo vidim da se planira otvaranje kompanije ne mogu oni da nastete ASL sa 1-2 A320 bez regionalnih aviona bice samo propast.
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    5. Da budemo realni... niko ne moze da naudi Er Srbiji, to je vec postalo ocigledno.:)

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    6. Ones that need to be worried are TK and A3, JU product is close to theirs and transatlantic flights come soon.

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    7. I really wonder how TK will respond to JU's entry into the north American market, it's a very important one for them...

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    8. TK naglo pojacava kapacitet za USA , SK ce imati 300000 sedista da bi se odbranio od DY tako da i mene zanima reakcija TK na ASL letove za USA .
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    9. TK ce odreagovati isto kao i kada je EY usao u JU, a to je nikako. Previse je ovo malo trziste da bi se oni zamlacivali, njima jevdobro popunjen svaki let za BEG, bez obzira na to sto je EY i QR u zadnje vreme preuzeo veliki broj putnika za aziju. U svakom slucaju LH tu igra najvecu ulogu u regionu!

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    10. Nope ja sam cuo da ce JU tempirati svoje letove tako a se nude presedanja iz IST bas da bi TK zadobio udarac. Ja sam siguran da tokom privih nekoliko meseci TK za JFK ce imati pad prometa izmedju 1% i 4%.

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    11. Gospode Boze, da li ste vi deco, fanboys, botovi, sta god da jeste, uopste svesni koliko TK ima sirokotrupnih aviona i koliko dnevnih letova za Ameriku? Cak i da taj jedan 330 dodje u JU, cak i da Ameri daju dozvole za direktne letove (a nece dati ni za kod-ser na AB i AZ), cak i da JU uspe da dobije slot na JFK koji se uklapa u njegove "talase" u BEG, sto je ravno nemogucem ( jer npr. Skygreece mora da poleti iz Atine za JFK u 7 sati ujutru i tek kasno uvece sa JFk-a), cak da se sve to nekako nekim super silama i magijama desi, pa kako mislite da ce taj jedan jedini jadni avioncic i ta jedna jedina jadna linijica nesto moci da pokvari i pomrsi gigantu kao sto je TK. Toliko ste smesni s tom svojom zaludjenoscu da mi vas je iskreno zao

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    12. Ja koji sam najveci fan ASL ovde znam da to nece ni 0,01 % nastetiti TK .
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    13. @10:40 da li je moguće da ne kapiras neciju ironiju i pecas se na pricu kao ovo dete?!

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  23. Uskoro ce se navrsiti druga godisnjica od novog pcetka avio kompanije koja nosi ime drzave koja se od prije devet godina opet zove Srbija. Logicno to je Er Srbija. Uprkos mnogim izazovima koje prozivljava prvenstveno jugoistocna Evropa, a pogotovo Srbija u avio saobracaju, tim Daneta Kondica se uspesno bori sa posledicama iz proslosti. Uspesno transformisuci ovu krucijalnu avio kompaniju u zdravog avio prevozioca orijentisanog na profit. Postepeno povecanjem flote i netvorka, uz napor za uspostavljanje inter kontinentalnog saobracaja. Ekonomska nemoc lokalnog stanovnistva dosta usporavaju formiranje domaceg i regionalnog fider saobracaja. Neosporno je da ce se u razumnom vremenu i to dogoditi zbog kaptivacije potencijala trzista. Prilagodjenim ekonomskim cenama to jeste neminovno. Bez obzira kako trenutno to izgledalo. Rast novih krila Evrope Er Srbije, jeste postepeno, ali objektivno i sigurno. Prepreke i problemi uvek su sastavni deo biznisa. U putnickoj avijaciji pogotovo...
    PS. To read this text in English, please use Google transudation from Serbian script. Lot of greetings ✈Rodney😊❇🌏✈. Pored praznog aerodroma ✈Morava Kraljevo✈, tople pozdrave sa kraja avgusta, Rodney😊☀ & Team. Kraljevo✈Sydney.

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    1. Transudation?

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    2. Anon 10:14 PM.
      Please take my excuse for incorrect spelling world ''transudation''. Correct spelling must be, translation. I am sorry for this mistake. sincerely ✈Rodney Marinkovic✈😊🌏✈
      PS. Izvinjavam se citaocima zbog pogresnog pisanja engleske reci ''prevod''. ✈Radovan😊🌏❇✈

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    3. Apology accepted.

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