Friday, October 9, 2015

Wizz Air to launch new Belgrade service

Wizz Air to commence Belgrade - Baden-Baden flights next year

Following over a year of downsizing at its Belgrade base, low cost carrier Wizz Air will introduce a new service from the Serbian capital, with flights to Baden-Baden in Germany to launch at the start of the 2016 summer season, on March 28. Services to the spa town in southwestern Germany, located close to the borders of France and Switzerland, will operate twice per week with an Airbus A320 aircraft each Monday and Friday. Tamara Mshvenieradze, Wizz Air's Corporate Communications Manager, said, "With our new Belgrade service to Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden, we now offer thirteen international routes from two Serbian airports. We look forward to welcoming many more visitors to the country and to carry more Serbian travellers on leisure and business on our modern Airbus A320 fleet".

Wizz Air, which is the second busiest airline operating out of Belgrade, saw its passenger figures decline 11.4% from the city during the first half of the year, which was accompanied by a 16.2% decline in the number of operated flights. The no frills carrier cut its capacity from the Serbian capital by 130.000 seats over the past year, with 700 fewer flights operated as a result of Belgrade Airport's decision to increase fees, which Wizz says has made it one of the most expensive airports in its network. The new Baden-Baden service will become Wizz Air's first route launch from Belgrade since it introduced flights to Larnaca in March last year. The airline will have no direct competition on the route but does face indirect competition from Air Serbia, which maintains flights to Stuttgart located just over seventy kilometres from Karlsruhe and 100 kilometres from Baden-Baden.


The low cost airline has expanded rapidly this year within the former Yugoslavia, opening thirteen new routes and its third base in the region. It introduced services from Malmo and Basel to Serbia's second airport in Niš and commenced five new routes from Skopje, where it based its third aircraft. Furthermore, the airline opened a base in Tuzla and added Ohrid to its destination network by launching two routes, one of which is operated on a seasonal basis.

Tickets for the new Belgrade - Baden-Baden service are already on sale via the airline's website. Further flight information can be found here.

141 comments:

  1. I wonder what changed for them to start a new route from BEG. Anyway goof news but sad it took 2 years to open a new route

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    1. LCA was introduced last summer.

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    2. I know it says in the articke last March so it will be 2 yrs when they launch Baden Baden

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  2. This is an interesting development. Germany-Serbia is clearly underserved by Wizz Air and there is still a lot of room for expansion.
    Let's see how JU responds to this. I hope it doesn't turn out to be another LCA scenario. Wizz Air's times are also very convenient for locals and Monday-Friday is also a smart move.

    I wonder what might come next. Btw will this route be operated by a BEG based aircraft? Where did they find the aircraft for this route? Will another destination get a non-BEG aircraft?

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    1. The route will be operated by Belgrade-based aircraft. Next summer on Mondays and Fridays Wizz Air will operate 4 rotations in row (Basle,Memmingen,Baden-Baden and Malmo), the schedule is really tight.

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    2. Ouch... I guess it's one of those days when they will start flying from 05.00! Nice to see them growing and this is a really nice addition to the schedule.

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  3. Good news for Serbian passengers, bad news for JU!

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    1. How many Serbian passengers are going to travel to Baden Baden to enjoy spa there? I don't know anyone in Belgrade who needs to go there unless it's visiting relatives.

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    2. If there are passengers from Skavsta or Memmingen then there will be from Baden Baden too, especially since the amount of Serbs living nearby is much greater than in other places.

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  4. More flights are needed in BEG from airlines that actually pay fees to the airport and the state.
    Otherwise subversions to ASL can not continue.

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    1. It's ironic that you should mention Wizz in this context, the only airline which actually DID have illegal subsidies at BEG. But don't let facts meddle in your ASL bashing.

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    2. It's completely different. Wizz Air received heavy discounts but was still paying BEG for its services. Once the charges were brought back to normal W6 still kept on flying because these were not vital to its survival.

      Direct subsidies to JU are indeed vital to its survival- without them they airline would be on the brink of bankruptcy.

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    3. I'm sure they would have been OK with the Serbian government just paying their 51% in cash. Too bad the government didn't actually have that kind of money.

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  5. JU to STR is €174. I don't think they can go much lower than that, especially since they fly from an airport that is more expensive than Baden-Baden.
    The real question now is what will JU do? How will they deal with W6 on this market.

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    1. JU offers Wi-Fi for 15€ a flight!
      Wizz Air can not possibly compete with that.

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    2. True but I highly doubt your average gasterbajter really cares about onboard wifi. All he wants is decent times and fares, both things W6 will offer them.

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    3. JU charges for wifi? Surprising when the rest of the Ehihad group gives it gratis.

      How many of JU's aircraft are fitted with wifi right now?

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    4. Etihad charges for wi fi

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    5. So you are telling us that people now prefer to fly with Air Serbia just because there is a small chance that they'll have a chance to pey premium prices for Wi-Fi, when the airline cannot guarantee which type of aircraft will fly the route, let alone the airframe that is actually fitted with Wi-Fi?

      Oh, I'm sorry, it's probable because of metal cuttlery and BEG business lounge that economy passengers will chose ASL over W6 :)

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    6. So fly with whomever you want, if you don't like the cutlery, the business lounge and pretty much anything on Air Serbia. There's plenty of other "once high and mighty" regional carriers that don't offer even that, but that will definitely be more suited to your connoisseur flying palate.

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    7. Well, the fact remains that people were unwilling to pay extra to enjoy all the benefits of wifi, dedicated business class product, metal cutlery... the winter timetable is best proof of it.

      Luxury ain't cheap, like most Balkanites are so...

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    8. Do not underestimate the importance of metal cutlery! ;-)

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    9. It's 'heavy' influence. lol

      Funny thing is that actually JU serves sandwiches to STR. :D

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    10. You are really holding onto dear life, when it comes to this "winter timetable" story. If you can point out one regional carrier that is not scaling down during winter timetable, I'll treat you to a pljeskavica in lepinja, with extra mustard, delivered in an Air Serbia brown paper bag. Heck, I'll throw in a metal knife inside too, for good measure.

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    11. There is a huge difference between what JU is doing and what others are doing. This winter timetable was reduced so much that it has destroyed connectivity, something that's of paramount importance for airline's success.

      All airlines reduce their network but they do it so that they can still be competitive. This won't be the case with JU this winter season.

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  6. What about Ljubljana?

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    1. Talking of LJU, I wonder if it would work for W6 to add BEG-LJU around the New Year holidays. With so many Slovenians coming to Belgrade every year I am sure they could fill a two weekly flight for about two weeks.

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    2. Wizz Air is not a charter company...

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    3. Who said anything about charter flights? I meant scheduled flights during the Christmas holidays.

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    4. Go ask LH, EY, EK, QR, BA, IB, ... if their definition of scheduled flight is 4 flights in 2 weeks from start to end of service.

      This is a small charter operation at best.

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    5. What about 4U's one months flight to Belgrade during the gasterbajter season?

      Also, you are comparing legacy carriers with an ultra-lowcost one.

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  7. I wonder if Wizz considers BEG or INI to BTS.
    BTS is 1hr away from Vienna by car. I'm sure there are regular shuttles to Vienna.

    my2cents

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    1. Wizz has no flights from Bratislava at all

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    2. Seriously ?
      So, it is not possible to open a new destination ?
      They have a base in BEG and who knows, they may someday station a plane at INI.

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  8. It is stronghold of Ryan.

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    1. I know, but Ryan doesn't fly to BEG/INI

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    2. Do you think others have cheaper flights to Vienna?

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    3. And you do not use airplane transport anyway.

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  9. Is it really necessary to specify that the flight will be operated wit a 320, when 320's are the only planes Wizz have?

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    1. How many non-aviation fans know that?

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    2. Wizz Air will start operating 321 aircraft next month...

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  10. One good way for JU to strike back is to actually offer to pieces of luggage on this route and to offer free wifi.
    Most passengers don't really care about sandwiches and nice uniforms as they want CHEAP fares!!

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    1. Yeah, and imagine, JU and every other airline wants - profit. If everyone gets cheap fares, free additional bags and free wifi, guess what happens to profit, which is dubious as it is?

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    2. Are you saying that if JU allows two pieces of luggage for the 23kg it allows that somehow it will start losing money?
      Also, DY offers free wifi and they haven't reported any losses.

      So what's your argument?

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  11. I don't see JU's flight to STR continuing after next summer season is over...

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    1. They will continue but most likely with a pathetic number of frequencies like they will have this winter season. Now, if 4U returns to Belgrade, then JU will be in a really threatened.

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    2. I'm sure they are having sleepless nights because of this. Thanks for the heads-up, experts dudes! At least they can now prepare to grab the bull by the horns, when it arrives! lol

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    3. Had they experienced a few sleepless nights a few months ago maybe we would still have BUD and LCA this winter season.

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    4. Anonymous 11:05 AM
      +1

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    5. Why should they. Dropping less profitable routes will allow them to focus on opening new and potentially more profitable ones. Who needs to fly to BUD, if you can catch a minibus for 35eur there from BEG. Or if you are too posh for that, fly Belavia from BEG to BUD. And LCA, just fly with Wizz. They are cheaper. It's how a competitive market works. Some you win, some you don't. Which bloody company opened all it routes at once and still stick to them few years down the line. None! It's an experiment and a gamble, just like anything in business. It doesn't mean that if one line is closed, the whole company will cease to exist. For goodness sake, they about to launch transcontinental flights, and you still going on about some 500km far BUD, that still remains accessible in more ways than one.

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    6. Huh? You are speaking as if JU is an airline that solely relies on p2p passengers. Not only have they failed to attract local passengers but they also failed at capturing some of the transfer market. So they were defeated on two fronts.

      Also, JU is suspending them in winter without launching any new routes and they are decreasing their overall flying which can only indicate that they entered this business without doing proper research. It's ok when we are talking about one or two routes but not the overall network.

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    7. You are plain idiot. They increased number of passengers and LF whole time.

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    8. I was speaking about this winter, not the past three seasons. Also, they increased both of those through aggressive dumping which cost them a lot of money without gaining much in return.
      If they did gain much then there wouldn't be so much 'shedding' this winter season.

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    9. Forget about the marketing and dales approaches. Each company has got its ways of attracting customers. A new company would never have established itself in the space of time and on the scale that JU did, without dumping, in a saturated market. It is a legitimate sales tactic.

      They definitely gained much. that is clearly visible in the figures. They are getting better and better. Lower frequencies will keep the LF at a reasonable level this winter. I see no problem.

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    10. And you are fortuneteller?

      Million passengers more is not big for you?

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    11. In aviation business two things matter the most, safety and profitability. The fact that JU carried an extra million passengers means little when they failed miserably in the revenue department.
      Dumping fares makes sense when you have the neccessary cash reserves, something JU obviously doesn't have.

      A more prudent approach would have been far more desirable. Another things we have seen is that despite all the bling bling, JU has shown to us all that it's incapable of winning a fight against any bigger player.

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    12. Anonymous October 9, 2015 at 12:15 PM

      +1

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    13. Moze Stutgart sa ATR72 i Hamburg sa A319?

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    14. You can teach that to AA and CA. JU has profitability despite fact that AV is prime minister. They did everything that they promised. They will lower number of flights in winter and they will be better financially.

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  12. I think this route will also be well suited for those diplomats and politicians from Serbia needing to travel to Strasbourg.

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    1. They would never fly low cost...

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    2. Anon 11:03
      +1000
      They will just make JU fly to Strasbourg even if they are the only persons on the plane.

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    3. Yeah, you are absolutely right, the two passengers per month to Strasbourg will make all the difference.

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    4. Perhaps high ranking delegations. But I think lower end European Parliament ones will definitely make use of Wizz. I think they currently fly form Belgrade to Paris, and then onto Strasbourg. This route can cut the travel down to a single (cheaper) flight.

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    5. We have someone in European parliament?

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    6. No, just government representatives who fly there and beg Europeans to take us in the E.U.

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    7. Serbia has representatives in several international institutions that work in both Brussels and Strasbourg.

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    8. As a candidate country, our delegation presence is on a permanent base there.

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    9. Representative in Strasbourg here. When traveling East and South of Strasbourg, we are using BSL or ZRH. CDG is really far away, the same distance as to Milan, and its further West. Even for flying to the British Isles or North America it is preferred to fly with LH, LX or make a connection via AMS with KL.

      Yugo's now. Slovenes and Croats use ZRH or FRA to fly home, Macedonians and Serbs use W6 from BSL. I truly believe there is a market for EZY to fly from Basel to Zagreb, not sure for Ljubljana.
      However, Strasbourg is very isolated from major airports (I'll put BSL into that classification too) so you have to get in your car at least 2 or 3 hours before the check in.

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    10. Stuttgart is one hour and half.

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  13. Why not in the near future flights to HAM with JU or LBC with W6!?

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  14. OT:Both Skopje and Ohrid welcomed 1.183.728 passengers JAN-SEP 20% increase

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    1. Sep +30% for both, dont know individual yet.
      Aircraft movements jan-sep 11,695 +10%
      IST top destination 14%, no surprise wizz largest carrier 49%

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  15. Nova linija nece oteti putnike ASL posto i oni sto su hteli da lete na vikend ne mogu .
    I jos jedan dokaz da nigde nema monopola.
    INN-NS

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    1. BEG-TLV
      BEG-BEY
      BEG-SKG
      BEG-SOF
      BEG-SKP
      BEG-TIA
      BEG-SJJ
      BEG-BNX
      BEG-BUD
      BEG-ZAG
      BEG-DBV
      BEG-PUY
      BEG-LJU
      BEG-MXP
      BEG-CDG (!!)
      BEG-DUS
      BEG-TXL
      BEG-BRU
      BEG-AMS
      BEG-ARN
      BEG-WAW
      BEG-VAR

      Tako je, dokaz da nema nigde monopola.

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    2. hahaha what an epic bot fail.

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    3. @1:15 A ovo bi trebalo da bude primer monoplola jel? Koga to JU ometa da leti na ovim linijama?

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    4. Po vasoj logici i LH ima monopol na liniji FRA - INN .
      Ocigledno da ne znate sta pricate ali dobro to nema veze.
      BEG-CDG je u prartnerstvu sa AF i imaju codeshare DUS isto kao i BNX i ostale destinacije.
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    5. FYI:

      Monopoly,
      the exclusive possession or control of the supply of or trade in a commodity or service.

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    6. @13.40

      On je napisao da JU nema monopol na nijednoj liniji sto je glupost i laz.

      @bot

      Jeste, ima monopol na liniji FRA-INN. Nauci sta je monopol.

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    7. @2:16 jel ti znas sta je monopol?

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    8. Kakav crni monopol ko brani bilo kojoj drugoj kompaniji da leti jos na liniji BEG-DUS-BEG niko drugi nije zaintresovan to ne znaci da je monopol .
      INN-NS

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    9. OMG how stupid are you? A monopoly doesn't mean a company forbids another from competing against it, it just means that a certain company, or an airline here, faces no competition on a certain market.

      If 4U was to launch TXL-BEG then JU would lose its monoply.

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    10. To sto neka kompanija sama odrzava liniju se ne moze po difoltu zvati monopolom. Nekada postoje dve kompanije na istoj liniji i izmedju njih postoj precutni dogovor o tarifama, jel i to monopol? Termin monopol se ovde apsolutno ne moze upotrebiti.

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    11. Moze na blogu koji drzi exYu, takva gomila retardiranih hejtera i sveznalica nigde drugo ne postoji. Inace to se zove duopoly i jako je prisutan u avijaciji.

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    12. Monopoly is when a company is unopposed or when it faces no competition, in this case when an airline is operating alone between two cities.
      When two airlines agree on fare as is the case on BEG-VIE then it's called a duopoly.

      If an airline is no longer the sole operator on a particular route then it has lost it's monopoly.
      If two countries have an agreement on which airline will operate on behalf of each then it's state protectionism which is usually dropped when countries sign an open skies agreement.

      Certain people on here who want to insult others better present their own arguments. Thank you.

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    13. Nismo culi da napadas "monopol" LH za Munich, E2 za Zenevu, QR za Dohu, W6 za sve linije npr,

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    14. That one sided approach reveals his motive. I have seen similar loaded and one sided comments on other topics heavily moderated on a.net. Flamebait and thinly veiled hate is not acceptable there.

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    15. Why should I attack them when they were not part of this discussion? The first post mentioned JU and how it has no monopoly whatsoever. If we were talking about monopoly in general then yes, I would have mentioned them. :)

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    16. Anonymous is on a.net?

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    17. @An, 4:44, i vecina ostalih :
      LH, E2, QR, W6 u BEG placaju punu cenu goriva NIS-u, i punu cenu taksi Aerodromu. JU/ASL placa povlascenu cenu goriva NIS.u i UOPSTE ne placa takse Aerodromu. Zbog toga drugi nisu zain teresovanii za letenje na SVIM gore navedenim linijama i to cini razliku izmedju lojalne konkurencije, i monopola, ma sta vi botovi i fanboysi ovde pisali o tome

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    18. I tako AV upravlja i sa Gaspromom? Lepo.

      Vecina dodje i ode bez da tankuju gorivo FYI.

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    19. @8:26 To se zove argumentovana rasprava ;) "sta god vi pisali" to je tako jel, kako ti mislis da jeste? Mi smo "botovi", funboysi, bolidi.. A ti prijatelju?...kako ti ide u zivotu? Ne bas, jel? E jbg..

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    20. Hahahahahahahahaha e slatko se nasmejah na 9:28 i "vecina dodje i ode bez da tankuju gorivo". Ti si momak verovatno avione video jedino na slicicama jer se iz ovoga vidi da pojma nemas ni o povecanoj potrosnji aviona opterecenih nepotrebnom kolicinom goriva, ni o limitima za poletanje sa punim rezervoarima na raznim tipovima pri raznim temperaturama pod razlicitim opterecenjima, ni sa potrebnim kolicinama goriva za "alternacije", ni sa bezbednosnim rizicima koji postoje kada su avioni puni "do cepa". A 10:46 neplacanje dobavljacima si itekakvi argumenti burazeru, za one koji vode argumentovanu raspravu. Sto se mog zivota tice, hvala na pitanju, zadnjih dvadesetak godina radim u civilnom vazduhoplovstvu, na prihode se ne zalim, a nije bas ni privatno da mi nesto lose ide. Ali su zato vasa dva odogovora najbolji su dokaz da ste zaista ono sto sam napisao - botovi

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  16. Дечко ТзарOctober 9, 2015 at 3:15 PM

    When Belgrade didn't have new routes from other airlines, some claimed it was Air Serbia "chasing" other airlines away. This new line a proof their argument was fake and those who wrote it don't want anything to do with it. We don't hear them say "I was the one claiming Air Serbia is chasing away others, but now I admit I was wrong".

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    1. Actually it is not, they just use better airplane stationed in BEG. Which is nice ASL can fly in four waves too.

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    2. Pa nema ni Ananasa vise odkad su objavili za letove za JFK.
      INN-NS

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    3. Ту сам лепото моја, ништа не брини. Јел треба опет о нечему да те образујем?
      А ти опет трчиш пред руду па ће ти после ђаво бити крив. :*

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    4. A pa drago mi je da ste tu pa gde ste u zadnje vreme kad su bile te vesti :)
      INN-NS

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    5. Био сам ту али ја искључиво теби одговарам. :)

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  17. OT: Does it make sense to fly from Belgrade to South America via Qatar? Thanks!

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    1. Jedan clan moje familije je leteo i bio je zadovoljan a takodje su neki od mojih prijatelja leteli sa LH i KL i isto du bili zadovoljni .
      Ma da vecina iz INN leti sa LH :)
      INN-NS

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    2. Why not? If the price is right. They offer some of the best service in the world and DOH is nothing short of amazing, an experience on its own. I'd say go for it, transited there myself en-route to GRU.

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    3. Aэrologic
      I kako vam se svideo let sa 77W :)
      INN-NS

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    4. Price is right: zero, promotional ticket provided by airline to publish report on travel experience. But does it make sense to travel so much longer the other way compared to travel via Rome or other airport in Europe?

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    5. Za tebe je gospodin Aэrologic!

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    6. Depends on your connecting times. You can wait 5-6 hours in FCO and 1 hour in Doha, that it ends up being the same. It also depends on where you want to go.

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    7. @4:14PM
      77L, super-heavy, incredibly long-take off run, impressive aircraft.

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  18. OT: YU-APD incident yesterday on JU801
    http://www.avherald.com/h?article=48d81bb8&opt=0

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    1. 73 pax - that's one low LF

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    2. Did you count?

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    3. Can you read?

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  19. er srbija ce znacajno izgubiti putnike na liniji za str I to je cinjenica, ali sto bismo mi o tome brinuli, vazno je da cemo moci leteti za 30ak evra po pravcu sa vizom. meni je cena najvaznija, sta me briga za vaj flaj ili za sendvic sa sirom na letovima ju sirom evrope. aviolet je najobicniji let koji traje sat, sat ipo do dva. ko da je vazno kakav je avion ili boja sedista ili bilo sta drugo. daj boze da viz bude pametan pa u skorije vreme uvede i libek, barselonu, neki grad u italiji I slicno. a asl nek se drzi svoje moskve, ciriha I frankfurta, cdg-a I ams-a.. ionako ne letim za 400 evra za ams kad mogu za 150 do ein a do ams kombijem za 20ak evra. CENA je ono sto odlucuje kako cu leteti. nije let nesto sto traje mesecima pa da gledam komfor, hranu, itd itd. ako cemo tako, ja bih radije od zemuna do konjarnika metroom po istoj ceni kao I 17ca, ali nema metroa, pa ipak moram 17com.. kao sto ne bih dao na taxi 1000 din, isto je I u poredjenju viza sa er srbijom.. ziveli loukosteri I njihove cene.. u zemlji gde jedan let na asl-u do ams-a kosta koliko I dve prosecne plate je nonsens. briga me za asl I za sve one kojima srednjoskolci sede u menadzmentu I zaradjuju hiljade evra, a ne znaju da odlucuju niti vode politiku preduzeca.. mogu misliti koliko je taj neki u asl-u pametan kad je sa 5,6,7 weekly lca posle samo god dana morao da je postavi sezonski. bas je dobro razmisljao pre nego je doneo tu odluku. o bud necu ni da pricam.. samo znam da kad je bud uvedena, to je tada (pre manje od 2 god) bio veoma pametan, praktican I vrlo znacajan potez, prosto se toliko ocekivalo od te linije da su svi u asl-u bili presrecni I nasmejani I slatko se fotografisali.. cini mi se kao da zmureci ubadaju prstom u atlas I tako odlucuju o uspostavi nove aviolinije.. cestitke vizu I nadam se da ce biti jos mnogo linija sa beg-a I ini-ja..

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    1. Kad si tako pametan, izazivam te da ovde javno dokazes da ce Wizz praviti profit u zimskim mesecima na liniji za Larnaku. Odgovor "bas me briga da li prave ili gube pare, nije iz mog dzepa" nije odgovor.

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    2. Mozda tebi nije bitno posto si naucio da se vizis kocijom i konjima a mozda i na nekom Magarcu. Meni i mojoj familiji je veoma bitno da imamo dobru hranu i pice, a i WiFi usluga, te nas to vec nekoliko godina vraca da uzimamo karte sa LH za Toronto posto na letu imamo mogucnos WiFi konekcije. Sada je jos bolje posto imamo iste mogucnosti sa AS kada napravimo konekciju u EU u slucaju da uznemo karte za nekom drugom kompanijom.
      Ti slobodno zapakuj svoj sendvic pa leti sa Wizzom ili Ryan Airom iz Osjeka. Samo napred svima kompanijama koje napreduju u ulazu u dobru uslugu.

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    3. ^ ^ ^
      Sporedjujes dve razlicite stvari. Jedno je let koji traje 2 sata , a sasvim je druga prica prekuokeanski let. Sa anon-a od 7:05pm ne bi se slozio da nije bitan avion, ali wizz-ovu flotu u proseku ima po 3.9 godina.

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    4. Da, da letećeš za 30eur po pravcu petkom prepodne ;)

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  20. konkurencija sve vise steze obruc, teska vremena su ispred asl. najavljeni odlazak velikog broja pilota ce biti uocljiv pocetkom letnjeg reda letenja. flota u sve vecim problemima. strahovlada se polako urusava. jel moralo ovako ?

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    1. Naravno da je moralo jer je sam vrh firme tako zeleo i takvu je politiku vodio od samog pocetka. To je glavni problem. Iskreno, ja se nadam zarad svih nas ovde da c Danetu dani biti odbrojani jer ovo vise nije normalno. Gde jedan izvrsni direktor ima vremena da cita prepisku dva cinovnika u firmi i da ih opominje sto ne pisu na engleskom.

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    2. Ljudi i na odgovornim polozajima daju otkaze i beze iz firme jer ne mogu i vikendom da rade po deset sati na laptopu. Jel' tako? Ko moze da kaze da nije tako? - No, trazili ste - gledajte.

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    3. Ja nisam trazio, ja nisam imao luksuz da pobegnem ali aktivno trazim.
      Tuzno je svakog smaraju ko dodje na posao u 09.05 a nikada ne provaravaju kada narod ide kuci.

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    4. Ne mogu da sakrijem osmeh slusajuci vas kako kukate. Dobrodosli u realni svet! Privatnik.

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    5. @9:29 I mora da se dolazi na vreme na posao?! Uzas.

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    6. Ne, ali nema potrebe da te zove HR i da te pita zasto si dosao u 09.04!!
      A pritom, niko ne obraca paznju kada izadjem posle 19.00.

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    7. Ako te samo to nervira, ucini taj napor pa dodji 4 minuta ranije i resio si problem.

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    8. Ako vam se ne svidja srecan put niko vas ne drzi za ruku .
      Sve se lako moze zameniti osim Pilota posto su oni najvazni pa zato bi trebalo dovoditi ljude iz Evrope u Management i nize pozicije ljudi ce znati da cene i nece pljuvati svoju firmu.
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    9. Tako je, ja samo cekam da dovedu strucnjaka iz INN-a.

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    10. Erm they did bring people from both Switzerland and Germany and 85% of them quit. One woman who came from Switzerland left after a week!!

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    11. Ako dovedu mene svi koji pljuju bi leteli napolje pogotovo oni sto dobiju sansu pa pricaju kako je lose u firmi ti su mi najdrazi.
      Ja bi doveo ljude koji su zavrsili na Vazduhoplovnin fakultetima i dao im 10000 Eura platu zato sto nisu zlobni i doveo bi jednog clana za foruma koji se jedini razume.
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    12. Sačuvaj me bože INN-NSOctober 10, 2015 at 2:43 AM

      Bože klinac koji si ti tulipan. Misliš da je tako jednostavno ljudima dati da "lete napolje": Niti je ljude tako leko zamijeniti, niti ih je jeftino otpuštati, niti je jednostavno hrvati se sa štrajkovima i ostalim mjerama u tom slučaju. Stvarno si klinac...

      Ako se mogu dijelitli plače po 10.000 EUR što onda to ne čine i sada, pa bi imali sretne zaposlenike koji ne bi pljuvali po svom poduzeću. Konačno stvarno misliš da je moguće imati tako ogroman dumping i istovremeno dijeliti visoke plače. Baš si klinac.

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    13. "JU/ASL placa povlascenu cenu goriva NIS.u i UOPSTE ne placa takse Aerodromu. Zbog toga drugi nisu zain teresovanii za letenje na SVIM gore navedenim linijama"

      Koja pogresna logika! Pa sto onda nisu leteli na tim linijama pre nego sto je napravljena Air Serbia? Jat je placao sve aerodromu 2012 godine, ko je tada drugim kompanijama branio da lete izmedju BEG i Tirane, Varne, Bejruta, Zagreba, Tel Aviva itd itd... haters fail.

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  21. Nezadovoljstvo je prisutno u svim delovima kompanije i blizu je kriticne mase koja se nece moci sakriti represivnim metodama. Istina je - nema para i nervoza raste. Zima ce proci u otkazivanju letova i relativnoj tisini. Medjutim brzo ce leto i pricacemo opet kako smo majstori da upropastimo svaku sansu. Zalosno

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    1. The butthurt is strong in this one.

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    2. Handful of sore losers make a lot of noise here against Air Serbia but their hate is always silenced by actual results. Refugee, sports reporter, neighbour, aviation journalist wannabe for hire, ex jat employee etc… what a bunch of experts. Air Serbia second anniversary “under new management” is coming up and results will blow haters away.

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    3. Yeah, of course they are but it's ok, it's your job to actually present a rosy situation when anyone who is affiliated with the airline knows how it is. Winter is coming and it will be brutal.

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  22. How can you say that this airport is close to Swiss border as it is 160km far from Switzerland? Ok, there is high way A5 but it still does not mean that 160km is close

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    1. What do you want? Purger said driving 500 km is nothing for good price. This wrote some "retard" without thinking about Basel airport.

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    2. When the average wage is around €400, people are less likely to pay for additional convinience.

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