Thursday, August 24, 2017

Air Serbia postage stamp released

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A commemorative postage stamp marking Air Serbia's 90th anniversary has been released by the Serbian Post. Created by graphic designer Nadežda Skočajić, the stamp comes at a cost of 23 dinars (0.2 euros) and features the tail of the carrier's flagship Airbus A330-200 aircraft. A commemorative envelope is also available for purchase. Air Serbia celebrated the 90th anniversary of the founding of the country's first national carrier - Aeroput - this June.


Envelope

26 comments:

  1. What a delight for philatelist eyes! Wonderful!

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  2. This is so cool, I need to get those and keep them.

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  3. Wow cool, where can we buy this? So many aviation passionists in Serbia. Amazing! Keep goimg! Thats cultural heritage for future generations

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    1. Don't know about other cities, but in Belgrade, you can buy them in the main post office in Takovska street, philately counter.

      http://www.posta.rs/struktura/eng/filatelija/informacije.asp

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  4. Their anniversary sticker is so bad that it hurts my eyes! Logo from the 90s/2000s was 90 degrees triangle, not this distorted one. Dots logo were 3 horizontal dots, not diagonal. They failed even in doing that, let alone more serious business related stuff... They are a joke.

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    1. They were not horizontal on the tail. Stop talking bull.

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    2. CALM DOWN anon 11.06 AM
      They look OK. Nice touch I guess and deflects the fact that Air Serbia is highly unprofitable

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  5. Let's buy some more of these since we didn't give them enough through state subsidies.

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    1. Typical Serbian hater comment. Go outside, enjoy life, it is a nice and sunny day :)

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    2. Hejteri će kupiti ove marke da bi koristili pljuvačne žlezde, a onda mogu svom silom da opale po Er Srbiji kad budu lepili marku na pismo.

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    3. A Er Srbija ce I dalje gubiti pare I isisavati pare iz budzeta zato sto se odredjeni lhudi ne razumeju u biznis

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    4. Ne razumeš se ti u biznis. Za državu je ROI u Er Srbiju pozitivan. Udri po poštanskim markama to ti bolje ide.

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  6. cool. hopefully, the collection in 2nd picture will be available for purchase in post offices.

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  7. Is there a direct (legal) connection between Air Serbia and AvioPut? Or it is only a marketing trick?

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    1. No. There was not any between JAT and Aeroput either but there is between JAT and Air Serbia.

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    2. No, there is none. As a matter of fact, the Yugoslav Post office issued a series of stamps in 1987 commemorating:
      60 years of civil aviation in Yugoslavia (with a map of Aeroput routes)
      40 years of JAT with a DC-10 image

      You can see it here: https://ibb.co/iO4YK5

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    3. thanks! am i seeing it right, on the second stamp, that zagreb was bigger hub than belgrade?

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  8. Znači jugoslovenska aviokompanija je u stvari bila Srpska.

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    1. JAT je bio u vlasnistvu SR Srbije.

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    2. A Aeroput je bila akcionarska firma osnovana od strane Srba

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  9. in cyrilic written form..anybody can read it :) big LOOOLLLLLL

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  10. The state is celebrating for a state owned company . OMG , this is so early eighties , so GDR (German democratic republic ) !

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    1. I don't see a problem here. This company is several times older than most countries bordering Serbia.

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