Vintage photos celebrating the rich legacy of the aviation industry in the former Yugoslavia, published by EX-YU Aviation News in 2018.

Updated each Saturday evening, click on photo to enlarge.

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The legendary Shirley Temple at Belgrade Airport duty free, 1968

JAT B707 at San Francisco Airport on its "trip around the world", 1973

Handover ceremony of Inex-Adria's first DC-9, 1975

JAT poster for domestic services, 1963

Actor Kirk Douglas and wife step off at JAT Caravelle, 1964

JAT DC-10 at Detroit Airport, 1986

JAT poster for new Caravelle jet named Split, 1967

Inex Adria ad for domestic flights, 1981

JAT poster, 1967

JAT B727s at Heathrow Airport, 1990

Dubrovnik Airport, 1970s

First world airline basketball championship, Split, 1990

Ljubljana Airport, 1980s

Passengers boarding an Inex-Adria flight in Bremen, 1970s

Loading of live poultry at Osijek Airport, 1980s

JAT DC-10 at Sydney Airport, 1980s

Tivat Airport, 1970

JAT bus terminal in downtown Belgrade, 1960s

Belgrade Airport 1960s

A sign in Ivangrad (today's Berane) advertising JAT flights to Belgrade

KLM at Dubrovnik Airport, 1960s

JAT branded car in Singapore near airline office, late 1970s

Ljubljana Airport, 1964

JAT's Adriatic Club Class newspaper ad, 1984

JAT ad for new Belgrade - Calcutta - Beijing service, 1987

JAT ad for new Caravelle aircraft, 1963

Three Inex-Adria jets at Tivat Airport, 1970s

Aviogenex jet cleaning, 1987

Žablajk's Durmitor Airport in Montenegro, 1950s

JAT - Official Olympic Carrier at Sarajevo games, 1984


  1. I have some vintage photos that I can email you. Can you provide an email address that I can contact you at?

    1. Thanks. You can contact at

  2. Just found about this...ahhh those were the times. JAT was then greater than Emirates.
    Thanks for great content.

  3. Nice collection, thanks !


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