Serbia grants €5 million for Niš flights, eyes Kraljevo opening


The Serbian government has adopted new regulation to grant five million euros in subsidies for the launch of ten new routes from Niš Constantine the Great Airport and has committed itself to opening Kraljevo's Morava Airport by year's end. The five million euros in subsidies will be offered for routes that are deemed to be "of public interest" for a period of up to five years. The measure stipulates that services eligible for the subsidies are either those lacking commercial interest, routes that carry less than 100.000 passengers per year, as well as those that are insufficiently served by other means of transport. The government will name the ten destinations of "public interest" later this year. If within "a short period of time" no airline shows interest for any of the routes, an international tender will be launched to find an operating carrier, according to Serbia's updated aviation law, although the government reserves the right to enter into direct talks with airlines without a public call.

The Assistant Minister for Transport, Zoran Ilić, said last week, "We expect for Air Serbia to take part in the public call, which will be open to all airlines". The Serbian government will also offer subsidies to tour operators who bring groups of Russian, Turkish, Chinese, South Korean, Indian and US tourists arriving or departing either through Belgrade or Niš airports. The government will grant up to thirty euros per visitor from Russia and Turkey and up to fifty euros for tourists arriving from the other four countries. The exact sum will depend on the length of stay. Tour operators must form a group of at least fifteen people to be eligible for the incentives. The measure is expected to boost both air travel and tourism.


The Serbian government has also said it is finalising bureaucratic procedures for the opening of Kraljevo's Morava Airport by July and the launch of scheduled flights by the end of the year. The airport's 22 million euro terminal and control tower were completed in 2012, however, its 2.200 metre-long and thirty metre-wide runway can only handle smaller turboprop aircraft. "Construction work, the purchase of necessary equipment, staff recruitment, opening of customs offices and obtaining an operating license will be completed by the end of June. The airport will be equipped with technology which enables aircraft to land during low visibility. From its opening in late June, until the end of this year, we expect several carriers to introduce flights from the airport", the Ministry for Construction, Transport and Infrastructure, said. Previously, Wizz Air noted it would be interested in flying from Morava Airport. The government has missed numerous deadlines set for the airport's opening, primarily over issues concerning its joint use for military and commercial purposes. Morava Airport is located in central Serbia between several industrial cities.





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  1. Basically ANY route can be subsidised. 100,000 passenger per year on a route is a lot. I think the busiest routes in BEG have around 260,000 per year and these are like Zurich which has 30+ flights per week in the summer.

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    1. Yeah. 100k is a A320 daily operated route. Anything goes really.

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    2. Well that's good. It means the destination network won't be limited. Which it shouldn't. Why would the govt in Serbia be unable to subsidise say Nis-Paris if the government in Macedonia can subsidise Skopje-Turku?

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    3. Any sources about the numbers of PAX per year in BEG?

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    4. It was published numerous times around here. The busiest routes.

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    5. @09:21

      Absolutely true.

      Another thought though. In Macedonia the govt is 'subsidizing' the routes because TAV are unwilling to offer new route discounts and/or proper volume discounts. Effectively the 'support' ends up in TAV's pockets.

      In INI there's no room for that - W6 and FR are already as low as they can go. The money stays with them.

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  2. It would be perfect if we got all those airlines in the photo flying to Nis :D

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    1. I hope people from Nis will not complain anymore

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    2. Lufthansa would be good for connections :D but I think that they will stick to Swiss for now.

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    3. "I hope people from Nis will not complain anymore"

      Yes, we will keep complaining about the ever-increasing centralization by our Mafia-style government. This subsidy is a classic "dve hiljade za gospodina" measure.

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    4. It is in your DNA

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    5. In my opinion, nothing wrong with DNA which criticizes Government and "Power". Much worse DNA, again in my opinion, of those who support and applaude to "Vlast" no mater what they do. And just to make things clear, I don't speak of Serbia only, but as universal principle

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    6. Dejan Milinković8 February 2019 at 15:12

      Well said "pozdrav iz Rijeke", couldn't agree more.

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  3. This is going to be such a fixed tender for Air Serbia.

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    1. We could say the same about PSO domestic routes in Croatia flown by OU or Wizz routes BUD-SJJ, BUD-TGD etc.

      Nothing new even for EU

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    2. in Croatia there is Trade Air on 6 PSO routes and almost 1.700 flights per year.

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    3. The money Croatia Airlines and Trade Air get is quite substantial.

      For example Trade Air gets €1.234.254 per year just for Osijek - Zagreb!
      €357.445 for Pula-Split
      €337.117 for Osijek Rijeka
      €386.889 for Rijeka-Split-Dubrovnik

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    4. For comparisons sake OU gets per year:

      €2.802.020 for Dubrovnik-Zagreb
      €3.640.969 for Split-Zagreb
      €3.153.067 for Zadar-Pula
      €372.263 for Zagreb-Brac
      €157.955 for Osijek-Dubrovnik
      €147.848 for Osijek-Split

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    5. More than 11 million EUR given by Government in Zagreb. That is a lot

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    6. who flies osijek - zagreb and why?

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    7. Mostly passengers who want to connect in ZAG to another flight. Nevertheless, flights are operated twice daily if I'm not mistaken, so could be used by business passengers (not class but purpose-wise) too.

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    8. Dubrovnik-Zagreb I never understood.One would think that there is more than enough pax to sustain that route (big cities, lots of tourist year round, geographically very far etc..

      Also, as far as I know, OU tends to be quite pricey there which tells me that they are not flying all empty all the time.

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    9. Why is DBV-ZAG getting so much money? Makes zero sense.

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    10. Because OU is bankrupt?

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  4. They literally decided on all the same terms as the tender in Macedonia. They even copied the subsidies for foreign tourists.

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    1. In the end, just like in Macedonia, only 1 airline will apply.

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    2. Yes but it will be Air Serbia not Wizz Air.

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    3. Explain to me, how could AS open 10 routes from NIS please. Thanks

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    4. ASL is likely to borrow planes from Aviolet or lease a 737 Max.

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    5. I think they will lease some planes. They need to lease at least 1 plane for the summer anyway. These routes probably won't start before winter.

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    6. ASL is far more likely to lease Sukhois than 737 MAXs.

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    7. Why do you think that?

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    8. Ako svaka ruta bude po 2X nedeljno,dovoljan je jedan avion.

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    9. A lot of new crew will have to be hired and based in Nis.

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  5. wow could they finally open Morava Airport!? It is actually in quite a good location. A lot of people could gravitate towards it.

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    1. Especially from Raska region, many of who use PRN.

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    2. It would be about time after 7 years since it was first 'opened'.

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    3. I was in Novi Pazar a few weeks ago and I noticed that there are several daily bus departures to Lubeck and Hamburg... among other cities. I am sure KVO-Germany could do well, especially in summer.

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    4. Every year same story

      Morava airport will be open this summer
      Zagreb airport will get USA flights this summer
      Belgrade airport will get British, KLM, Iberia... this summer

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    5. Watch out Nemjee, with this kind of thinking you're gonna have Wizz Network Development recruiters at your doorstep within minutes.

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    6. Actually last news on Morava airport from last October says the government plans to open by the end of June which is the same as what they say today. As for BEG, I don't remember people ever saying that BA, KL or IB would come any summer. In fact people point to the contrary because of various reasons.

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    7. @anon 09:11

      Long time nobody speaks about BEG getting KLM and especially not Iberia. Please do not troll.

      BEG is very well served with flights to AMS by Air Serbia and Transavia using KLM codes and additionally Eindhoven by Wizzair. No need for KLM.

      Spain needs to be developed as a market from BEG and therefore Air Serbia is opening MAD and BCN. Nobody was talking about Iberia in BEG as it does not make any sense.

      From the other side you forgot that quite often we heard here that Croatia-China air connection is just round the corner. Still nothing.

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    8. Don't forget about Zagreb New York flights which are announced every two months.

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    9. New York : So sorry guys, it's not New York and Zagreb but Philadelphia and Dubrovnik
      China : So sorry guys, it's literally around the corner and it's better negotiating few months longer and keep the route than start it asap and cancel few months later

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    10. Your comment would make sense if a bunch of Purgeri didn't come here and write how ZAG has the most potential to get New York flights even ahead of Dubrovnik. ZAG-New York is a topic that comes around every month.

      Also look at the disaster of KE flights in winter. I think no Chinese airline will come to ZAG.

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  6. Morava airport looks much nicer than Nis

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    1. I agree. But to be fair, one was built in 2012 and the other in the 80s

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    2. According to the government, expansion of Nis's terminal will begin next year. They announced it last week.

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  7. It seems that Serbia is now seriously committed to become a regional, important player.
    I even won't be surprised to see routes from both INI and KVO, that will not be served from BEG e.g. charters to RKT, flights to DUB, RIX and even DWC, AJQ, CRL, etc.

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  8. My guess - Air Serbia returns to Istanbul through Nis.

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  9. Out of a sudden all government haters moaning over the last months are silent :D

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    1. Out of a sudden all government subsidy haters moaning over the last years are silent :D

      FTFY

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  10. And what about Uzice? It also has a new terminal sitting idly.

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    1. Weren't some investors from Saudi Arabia interested in taking it over?

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  11. Seems like government is now focusing on all of the other airports after they gave BEG up for concession.

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    1. Does it mean thhat all the stories about GoS limiting Nis because of Belgrade were actually wrong?

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    2. No, it could mean that they actually want to control the growth.

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    3. So even having so many new flights from INI is not a good news?

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  12. Can't wait to see which destinations they will pick.

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  13. Ocekujem takav tenser da AS ude favorizovana sto je po meni ok. Ako se vec daju pare,neka idu domacoj kompaniji.

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    1. Aha. Ali AS bi trebalo placati svake godine, i verovatno sve vise i vise samo da bi bili na nuli.

      Lou kosteri se generalno placaju jednom, i ako je ruta odrziva onda sami dodaju frekvencije bez dodatnih ulaganja.

      Jednostavno je - ako je samo P2P, onda je bez puno diskusije lou koster bolja opcija. Njihovi troskovi po putniku su jednostavno 2-3 puta manji od AS.

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    2. Ako swis moze da leti iz Nisa kao lou koster moci ce i AS. AS ce moci da neke krace rute radi ATR-om za koji svakako treba manje subvencija nego Wiz erov A320 ili Rajanov B738

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    3. Pa dobro, ako je cilj subvencija da se prevezu 20 putnika, onda okej.

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    4. Vidim sad u kom grmu lezi zec. Daj pare da bi biznismeni leteli direktno. Prosecna cena povratne karte 300 evra. Lepo, lepo..

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    5. ATR ima kapacitet od 70 mesta.

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    6. Ma divota. Da ti brzo preracunam sta znaci finansirati ATR od 70 sedista kontra A320 sa 180.

      Pretpostavke sa prosecnim vrednostima: W6 CASK = 50% JU CASK. Znaci recimo 4 i 8 centi. W6 LF 85%, JU LF 70%. 2 puta nedeljno, prosecna evropska destinacija.

      Broj prevezenih putnika godisnje i po letu:
      ATR: ~10k, ~50
      A320: ~30k, ~150

      Prosecna cena povratne karte da bi bili na nuli:
      ATR: ~320 EUR
      A320: ~130 EUR

      Prosecna podrska po putniku / povratan let / jednosmerno:
      ATR: ~100 EUR / ~50 EUR
      A320: ~30 EUR / ~15 EUR

      Pa sad ti vidi sta je bolje.

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    7. I onda sve to uporedis sa prosecnom podrskom od 5 EUR po putniku u jednom smeru u Skoplju i shvatis koliko je sati..

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    8. Aj majketi izracunaj koliko goriva potrosi ATR a koliko A320 do recimo Istambula i nazad iz Nisa i koliko kosta opsluzivanje ATR-a a koliko A320 na Ataturku?

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    9. Sve je uracunato u CASK-u, 4 eurocenti i 8 eurocenti, i to sasve gorivom. Ako imas preciznije podatke izvoli.

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    10. Ovaj W6 CASK je 10 godina star, sad su blize 3.1 centu. Ex fuel je 2.3. Znaci isto to ali jos nize.

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    11. Znaci hoces da kazes da W6 na postojecih 5-6 ruta iz Nisa leti sa gubitkom jer im je prosecna cena karata 70-80e a po tebi treba biti 130e. Nesto mi se ne uklapa ta tvoja racunica sa ineresima W6 ili hoces da kazes da lete sa gubitkom zarad dobrobiti Srba?

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    12. Ako je CASK 3.1, onda je prosecna breakeven cena povratne karte (ukluceni prtljag i ostali ancillary) 100 EUR umesto 130.

      Ne bi znao koja je prosecna cena karte iz Nisa, i ne verujem da iko izvan W6 zna.

      Ali da, *ako* je tvoja tvrdnja tacna, t.j. prosecna cena karte u jednom smeru iz Nisa 35-40 EUR sa prtljagom, onda su u minusu.

      Kako god, nije cudno gubiti lovu u toku prve 2-3 godine. Sad bi se lepo nadovezao mojim misljenjem oko lou kost filozofije, profitabilnosti i trendova ali mislim da ti je komentar malkice tendenciozan pa ne bi ulazio u takva prepucavanja.

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    13. Da navijam da AS uspe,navijam. Da se prepucavam i ja necu. Ali da me ubedis Da W6 leti 2-3 godine sa gubitkom da razradi neku rutu,u to izvini al ne mogu da poverujem. Pre bih reko da je to tendeciozna racunica zarad lou kostnera ili protiv AS.

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    14. Da navijam da AS uspe,navijam. Da se prepucavam i ja necu. Ali da me ubedis Da W6 leti 2-3 godine sa gubitkom da razradi neku rutu,u to izvini al ne mogu da poverujem. Pre bih reko da je to tendeciozna racunica zarad lou kostnera ili protiv AS.

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    15. Ne moras da verujes, ali zato sam i upotrebio javno poznate cifre, da ne bi morali da se raspravljamo o sitnicama. Zbog toga su sve pretpostavke izlistane, nema nicega cudnog ili sumnjivog. Red velicine je taj, mozda ima 20%+/- negde, ali opet, ako nije 3:1, u najboljem slucaju je 2:1. Meni je totalno okej da AS dobije neke rute gde nema bas puno potraznje ali je strateski bitno trziste. Ali sa druge strane treba pogledati istini u oci oko toga sta propustamo time.

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    16. Racunica sa CASK iz 2017 (godisni izvestaji), W6 = 3.1, AS = 6.2, INI-DUS kao tipicna destinacija.

      Prosecna cena *povratne* karte da bi bili na nuli:
      ATR: ~250 EUR
      A320: ~100 EUR

      Sve ostalo je isto.

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    17. Low cost carriers earn the bigger amount of money with xtra services such as priority boarding, fees fpr xtra luggage or food and beverages they sell on board.

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    18. @Anon at 13:35

      Najvise te *ebe stage length, broj putnika i cost of ownership u tvojoj racunici. 1: Ne leti se ATRom INI-DUS. Leti se BEG-SJJ ili INI-BEG. 2: Ako ima 60 putnika to je super za ATR, katastrofa za A320. 3: Potpuno amortizovani ATR i novi A320 na lizing? Ha!
      Ajde sad ponovo probaj BEG-SJJ sa 60 putnika i starim ATRom vs. BEG-SJJ sa novim A320 i 60 putnika?

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  14. I'm really happy for INI.

    I hope that whoever gets the support makes good choices and the routes end up being self-sustainable.

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  15. I bet you they already have everything prepared. Remember when the Minister said how they were talking with Air Serbia about new international routes from INI. That was probably half a year ago. I'm certain that back then they were working out a strategy. Now they are just implementing.

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  16. Elections are coming!

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    1. So? They won't last for 5 years while the routes will.

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    2. Exactly what I thought! For Niš okay, it's up to anyone to use subsidiaries, but KVO opening is yet another episode of election campaign... Wish I was wrong, but years before KVO opening was mentioned only in election campaign.

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  17. I wouldn't be surprised if some of Air Serbia's new routes are handed to Nis over winter. Helsinki perhaps?

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  18. Finally let's get KVO opened!

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  19. It's quite interesting the tourists they chose. South Koreans and Japanese are bit of an oddity.

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    1. They are visa free countries and big travellers.

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  20. I really like the terminal building in Kraljevo. It looks good for a small regional airport and something that would be perfect for airports like Nis

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    1. Agree. Nice terminal. Looks better than many being used in ex-Yu at the moment.

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    2. Considering the large diaspora, industry in the area and close proximity of Zlatibor and Kopaonik, this airport does have the ability to attract some flights.

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  21. Some ideas what are the 10 routes that could be introduced from INI?

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    1. Well, people here asked for usual stuff: Barcelona, Tel Aviv, Cairo, Amsterdam...
      Mainly routes connected to economic cooperation, and cities where most of Nis diaspora is located
      :)))

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    2. well slot restricted destinations will not happen so LHR and AMS are out. probably it will be mix of ASL and LCCs. I hope for TIV, CDG, FRA, ZRH, LJU with ASL. Maybe PGT or THY to IST and rest for WZZ and RYR and maybe we'll see newbies like LDM, EWG.

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    3. I also think they will combine few airlines: ie.
      ASL - TIV, LJU, SKG - Operated by ATR72
      W6/FR: LGW/STN, BVA, CIA, CRL, GOT, OSL, BCN/GRO

      Let´s see, hopefully whey will announce it soon.

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    4. BEG will be and should be one of those 10
      then focus on Scandinavia and Germany where the diaspora is

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    5. JU should do at least in season and at least one weekly INI - RJK. Maybe one of those 2 BEG - RJK - BEG could be turned to BEG-RJK-INI-RJK-BEG

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    6. I think BEG is totally unnecessary! It such a waste of aircraft and money.. Who on earth would fly INI-BEG even for conneciton ffs

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    7. For instance, someone travelling from Pirot to Moscow. He'd certainly prefer entering the plane at Niš. Not to mention the guy travelling from Niš to Moscow (Stokholm, NYC, Shanghai...)

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  22. it wold be fun to read minutes of the meeting between JU and ministry of transportation that are happening these days. must be quite a read. but unfortunately, nobody is crazy enough to keep MoM on this kind of stuff

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  23. I am SO glad KVO will finally come to life! This is great news! Is the airport well connected to the rest of the towns and villages?

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    1. Not currently, bit they will probably wet lease a Cesna Skyhawk for that! :))
      Joke aside, now its not too good situation with roads connecting to Kraljevo. Although, there is a plan to build so called "moravski koridor" which should be highway coming through.

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  24. We need national carrier to introduce a few flights from KVO as well as INI. One ATR72 could cover both airports by introducing a circle line to Vienna.

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    1. INI already has Wizz flying to Vienna and Ryanair from Bratislava.

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  25. It's better if they used this money to build a new terminal in Nis

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  26. Is it possible that Niš connects with Banjaluka?

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  27. Sve ima svoj kraj. Tako i zakljucana Morava - Kraljevo. Vlada, ministarstvo saobracaja, finansija i uprava civilnog vazduhoplovstva ce cvrsto verujem uciniti sve da ne prolongiraju agoniju dugu blizu jedne decenije. Naprotiv. Zbog privrednog razvoja Srbije i turizma u buducnosti, birokratija mora biti eliminisana. Maksimalno privuci LCC prevoznike, carter letove, kargo, ad hok saobracaj... Sve u cilju da kako Niski tako Kraljevacki i Uzicki aerodromi budiu sto je moguce vise sano odrzivi. Efikasnom i stalnom podrskom privlacenja saobracaja, kao i zaposljavanem malih, odgovornih i efikasnih timova personala na ovim aerodromima ce biti minimum potrebnog... Neizozstavno je produzenje i prosirenje piste na Moravi. Uvecanje platforme za avione za bar duplo u odnosu na sadasnje stanje ispred Moravskog terminala. Radnja novog kargo terminala za potrebe sadasnjih i buducih fabrika, kompanija i investitora koji su dosli ili ce doci u okolnih bar deset gradova. Sa novim auto putevima koji (pocinju das se grade u ovoj godini) prolaze pored Morave. To su buduci auto putevi za Crnu Goru, Republiku Srpskui BiH Federaciju. Auto put Preljina Pojate. Ina kraju brzi put sa cetiri trake, od Batocine preko Kragujevca, Knica, Bumbarevog Brda i Ladevaca. Izuzev Beogradskog aerodroma, ni jedan drugi aerodrom u Srbiji nije tako pozicioniran. Pa ni u okolnim zemljama. Ovo govori da Morava ima potencijal i mogucnost za samo odrzivost. Ovo verujem da je poznato Vladi Srbije. Planerima... Ponudite ovakav potencijal potencijalnim investitorima i docice!
    Verujem da sam naveo istinito. Mnogima je poznato ovo o cemu pisem. Ako bude mira i pameti, Beogradski aerodrom ce imati izmedju 12 i 15 miliona putnika u iducih deset do petnaest godina. Za to nema brige. Tu je koncesionar. Francuska korporacija VICI Airports sa svojim Grckim partnerom Terna. Aerodromi Srbije jesu stozer buduceg razvoja vazdusnog saobracaja Srbije. Aerodrom Nikola Tesla jeste srce stozera buduceg saobracaja u podnebesju Srbije. Bar tako u mojem razumu a posle i u srcu nosim, verujem i zivim. Neka mi oproste koji se ne slazu sa mojom pricom. Hvala ostalim ako vide dobro. Vlada i Predsednik o ovome znaju. Ostvarenje je izvesno. Jer vole Srbiju. Kada Srbiju volimo i iz Sidneja, Cikaga, Frankfurta, Moskve, Pekinga... Sta je prepreka dobro namernih ljudi da ne uspeju? Jedina prepreka jeste ako nemaju veru i malodusni su. Sto se nemoze reci. gledajuci na razvoj u zadnjih bar ti cetiri godine. Be the man! Let fly. Uzavicaj stari ili novi. Znate li da se Srbija uvek voli. Po cenu i da me Srbija ne voli. Vera, nada i razum mi je na strani voljenja. Zivela Srbija i njeno komercijalno vazduhoplovstvo. Za danas Dosta. Sutra? Pocetak radova na aerodromima, projektima...
    Rodney, Son & Assoc.
    Kraljevo // Sydney.

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    1. Bravo Radonane. I ja se nadam brz razvoj Aeroporto Morava. Dobro je pozicioniran u sred Šumadije i Moravski kraj. Agro biznis, i etno turizam, gasterbajtski, i zimski turizam su auditi ovog kraja. Nadam se uz ovaj monetarni podsticaj da će kroz nekoliko godina Morava uspeti da stoji sama na svoje noge. Moja je vera u ljudi u kraju, vredni, dobri, i skloni preduzetništvo. Za veru u nešto osim ljudi nisam siguran. A ni nemam neko posebno poštovanje za ovu Vladu i Predsednika jer se bojim da ćemo čitati vrlo brzo o kako su ove pare zloupotrebljeni.

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    2. Postovani anon 16:46. Lepo je od vas sto ste prihvatili da je doslo vreme za okljucavanje Morave. To je osnovna stvar. Sto me uveravate da ce ova vlast da odgovara za za zloupotrebe,.. Tu Vam pomoci nemogu. Evo letim izmedju Australije i Srbije vec osamdest povratnih letova u zadnjih 50 godina. Stoga nemam ni vremena ni znanja ni dokaza za bilo koga. Osim letenja i kada sam u Srbiji, a to je oko sest meseci godisnje od kada sam u penziji, vozim i obilazim gradnju auto puteva i drugih objekata. Pa se radujem Jer sesdesetih godina kada sam otisao iz Otadzbine Srbije. gde je standard i zivot do danasnjih dana nizak. Eto ja se radujem gradnji objekata. Pogotovo infra strukture u civilnoj avijaciji. Posto je to moj zivot. I ostao. A ko ima dokaze i neslaze se sa vlascu bilo kojom, idite na izbore i menjajte vlast. Ne ignorisite izbore i glasajte za koga zelite... Licno volim covekovo delo sto ostaje iza njega. Reci su reci... Glasanje menja ljude, dokazi donose pohvale, a zloupotrebe donose robiju. Pod uslovom dokaza. Srecno Vam bilo.
      Radovan.

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  28. I am certain JU won't be getting any flights out of INI. They are busy building a hub in Belgrade. I think Ryanair will get most of these. Maybe some other obscure airline.

    Maybe JP will apply to operate LJU flights?

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    1. JP can operate any EU flight from INI

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  29. Has this tender/invitation been officially published somewhere?

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    1. Влада Србије је објавила документ на свом сајту.

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    2. The Government of Serbia published the tender documentation on their official site.

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    3. Does anyone have a link to the tender documentation, I'm having trouble finding it

      Thanks

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