Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Air Serbia puts obsolete aircraft on sale

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Air Serbia has put a number of non-airworthy general aviation aircraft on sale, the last of which flew in 2013. In total, nineteen aircraft have been put on the market, including thirteen Cessna 172 Skyhawks, three Cessna 152s and three Piper Cheyennes. Some of the aircraft have been out of service since 1992. The airline is seeking purchase proposals by March 15.

20 comments:

  1. Thought they were earmarked for Aviolet

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    1. you are soooo hilarious.

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    2. oh cman, this is really funny! hahahaha :D

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    3. HAHAHHAHHAHAHAHA fantastic comment.

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  2. I learnt to fly in those airplanes. Sad to see they have no use for it anymore!!! Got almost 20hrs on DIT =)

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  3. Are they running out of cash?

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    1. Are you telling me they should keep planes sone that have not flown for almost 30 years?

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    2. Maybe they need to clear space at the airport because of the new owner and thought they might as well earn something from it.

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    3. I think every grosh or dinar is important to JU because of their current transition to a hybrid airline.

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    1. On US market the planes this old cost from 100k.

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  5. This is how the story begins :-)))
    At the end you sell logo, brand or slots..

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  6. is it possible to get some more information about this sale? aircraft details, resources etc...

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  7. Some of them may be eligible for the Museum. If so, why are they being sols.

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  8. Are they seeking the aircraft in this music video? https://youtu.be/n1tXIo3DIps

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  9. Can anyone direct me to the source (website?) where I can find more information about Air Serbia pilots (Number of pilots, Aircraft type license, rostering patterns, etc)? Thank you in advance!

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