Thursday, May 18, 2017

Atlasglobal to boost Belgrade operations

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Turkey's Atlasglobal will strengthen its operations between Istanbul's Ataturk Airport and Belgrade starting next month. The carrier, which commenced operations to the Serbian capital in March, will introduce an additional three weekly flights for a total of ten per week from June 19, each Monday, Friday and Sunday. Services will operate with the 204-seat Airbus A321 aircraft. The flights are codeshared by Air Serbia, which suspended its own operations to Istanbul in mid-March. In addition to Atlasglobal, Turkish Airlines runs a double daily service from Ataturk to Belgrade, while Pegasus Airlines operates four weekly flights from Sabiha Gokcen Airport to the Serbian capital.

30 comments:

  1. wow so 28 weekly flights to Istanbul this summer!

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  2. Gde su sad neverne Tome sa pitanjem kako ce oni napuniti avion kad nije mogla ASL

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    1. well on the first flight there were barely 60 Pax on board an A321. Turkish airlines have to send their birds somewhere now that the EU Market has shrinked considerably for them. They certainly wont make any money here.

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    2. Da izvor te infromacije za 60-tak putnika nije bila Aviatica?

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    3. Lol... yeah, KK is increasing flights and capacity because they want to lose even more money. Lol

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    4. well I don´t know what the reasons might be for their increase but with an average of 80 Pax there is actually neither a need to increase flights nor to operate them with an 321. But maybe for them it is.

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    5. Says who that they have 80 passengers? On many days they increased the route to an A321 so stop trolling.

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    6. @Anonymous 1.00 pm
      KKK operated A320 for the inaugural flight

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    7. Anon 13.00 is abslutely right, Turkish carriers operate 28 weekly flights into BEG just because its cheaper than to have those planes parked in Turkey. *rolls eyes*

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  3. Koji blam za air srbiju i Kondica! oni nisu mogli ni ATR da napune na toj liniji. I treba da propadnu sto pre!

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    1. Tableta za smirenje?

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    2. uzmi je sam ako ti treba

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    3. Zavist je cudo!

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    4. Kao i botovi

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    5. Ja sam nisam nikakav bot ali poruka u 12:08 je stvarno neprimerena za ovaj sajt.

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    6. Pa ako im se Frankfurt više isplati onda preusmeri taj avion za Frankfurt. To je ta logika, a ne gde imaš dva lowcostera (Turkish smatram za polu lowcost). Ja iz Frankfurta ze Beograd se ne sećam kad sam platio ispod 200 evra. Jedino u februaru kad je avion stvarno bio prazan.

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    7. Frankfurt I Istanbul idu u razlicitim valovima

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  4. Zar Atlasglobal nema potpunu podršku Er Srbije na ovim letovima? Koliko se sećam, u Er Srbiji je procenjeno da je bolje da se prepuste letovi za Istanbul turskoj kompaniji nego da se bore sa Turkiš Erlajnsom. Ovako imaju samo dobit a avion koji je korišćen za Istanbul, može da bude poslat negde gde donosi veću dobit. U situaciji kada su i lokalne kompanije kao Croatia, Adria, Austrian i značajno veće kao Delta, Air Canada obustavile letove ka Istanbulu, to ne deluje kao loš potez. Čak je i Lufthanza modifikovala letove iz Minhena i prepakovala ih na "sezonske". Istanbul izvesno nije "ćup zlata"

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    1. Problem je sto on nije nigde poslat i sto istu laznu formulu Er Srbija koristi pri svakoj suspenziji. Gde su ti silni avioni, Varsava, Varna, Istanbul, uskoro Abu Dhabi, gde??!

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    2. Bice iznajmljeni preko zime :-)

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    3. Nebojsa jel kompanija treba da razvija sopstvenyu mrezu i krila ili treba da da sve u lizing? Ako je ovo drugo onda vise nemamo avio kompaniju nego kompaniju za lizing aviona/posada. Anon 12:33 je u potpunom pravu, rukovodstvo cine salabajzeri koji su naucili lepo da se politicki korektno izrazavaju a rezultat rada im je iz dana u dan sve gori i gori.

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  5. This only goes to show how incompetent JU is. Congratulations to Dane and his team.

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  6. Every tkt where ASL is involved in cooperation with KK is ridiculeously expensive. I don't think that they have many passengers on the IST route or any benefit from this codeshare cooperation.

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    1. In return KK codeshares on several JU routes and soon to New York so there is a reason why they codeshare.

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    2. 1:52PM for once that is not true. Can you give some concrete examples to support your claim?

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    3. momondo.com will give you the truth

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    4. No way in hell i'm gonna loose time veryfing your stupidity. I checked fares weeks ago from Istanbul and most of them were reasonable. If anything, that can be justified by healthy loads, which is why these additional flights are introduced in the first place.

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  7. Weird that JU couldn't make IST a success even on the ATR which has a small number of seats yet others are ramping up number of flights

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