Monday, February 5, 2018

Air Serbia to publish anniversary book

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Air Serbia will publish a book dedicated to its ninetieth anniversary on February 15, exactly ninety years to the day Aeroput operated its first revenue service, between Belgrade and Zagreb. As a result, the airline will continue a tradition started by its predecessors, JAT Yugoslav Airlines and Jat Airways, which published special monographs for their fortieth (1967), sixtieth (1989), seventieth (1997) and eightieth (2007) anniversaries (pictured below). The new book, entitled "Conquering the world's skies", with just under 200 pages, documents the carrier's history and will feature some never-before seen photographs. "Following in the footsteps of its celebrated predecessors, Air Serbia continues to post milestones for the record books that have historic significance, awaiting the celebration of its next great anniversary and striding proudly towards its centenary", the company said. As part of its ninetieth anniversary celebrations, which commenced last year, Air Serbia has applied special stickers to its aircraft, while Serbia Post has issued a special limited-edition stamp featuring the carrier's flagship Airbus A330-200 aircraft.


17 comments:

  1. Nice :) would love to get my hands on it.

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  2. I got 1989 and 99 edition. For the 1989 I was crazy. Still my dearest book.
    JAT for ever in my heart !!

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  3. Where we can order this online?

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  4. Kakve veze ima Er Srbija sa JATom ili još najmanje sa Aeroputom? Kite se tuđim perjem.

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    1. Air Serbia je pravni naslednik Jat-a.

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    2. Ma kakvi pravni naslednik? Aeroput je bio ustanovljen u SHS a JAT u Jugoslaviji. Srbija kao nezavisna republika postoji od 2006 a Er Srbija od 2013.

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    3. Prijatelju, ako nemas cime da se hvalis u svom zivotu, onda barem nemoj pljuvati po tudjem uspehu. Inace, pravni sled dogadjaja je Aeroput -> JAT -> JAT Airways -> Er Srbija. Ovo je kompanija. Specificno za nju je da je uvek (do Er Srbije) bila drzavna. Sada je u vecinski drzavna. I uvek joj je sediste bilo u Beogradu. Tako da ne vidim sta ti nije jasno kada se kaze da su sve ove kompanije na kraju Er Srbija. Ako ovo ne razumes, onda nemamo sta da pricamo.

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    4. Ne, nego je pravni naslednik pa je zahvaljujuci tome nasledila i IATA kodove, slotove i avione.

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    5. Технички Србија постоји као независна држава још од 11. века док је савремена Србија основана још 1829. године.

      Уз све то, АероПут је била приватна фирма коју је основао Србин. Она је национализована тек после Другог светског рата.

      Ер Србија је природни наследник АероПута.

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    6. Didn't take long for a troll to attack something as benign as an aviation history book. Pathetic.

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    7. He always does it when there is a similar topic.

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  5. Love them or hate them it's impressive what JU went through and that they are still around. I for one like them.

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  6. JAT was the true leading airline in the entire region. Only OA was a bit more developed having flights to JNB for example.
    New JU is also considered a prestige for Serbia. Well done and good luck!

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  7. Where can you order this Anniversary book?

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