Monday, July 18, 2016

Montenegro Airlines leases Air Serbia B737

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Montenegro Airlines has arranged for a short-term wet-lease of an Air Serbia Boeing 737-300 aircraft. The aircraft, registered YU-ANJ, operated its first flight for the Montenegrin carrier on Saturday, July 16 and should continue operating for the airline until this Thursday. The 29 year-old B737-300 is acting as a replacement for one of Montenegro Airlines' Fokker 100s, registered 40-AOM, which is having its engines replaced at the KLM UK Engineering maintenance facility in Norwich.

6 comments:

  1. I hope this lease is paid in advance. Otherwise ASL would be forced to go to the end of a very long queue of Montenegro creditors.

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  2. Payment will probably be settled through IATA Clearing House, so no need to worry about it.

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    1. What that means?
      Thanks for explaining it.

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    2. It means there won't be any money transfer, but JU will keep the money owed to YM for selling space on their flights.

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  3. What is the sense of this wet-lease ? Today ANJ has been parked at TGD from 9:30 and YM160 TGD-FRA is late three and a half hours at the moment (14:25).

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