Air Serbia - Aeroflot expand codeshare

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Air Serbia and Aeroflot have expanded their codeshare partnership to include new destinations. The Serbian carrier has placed its designator code and flight numbers onto the Russian airline’s services from Moscow to Omsk and Volgograd. It already codeshares on its partner’s flights from the Russian capital to Sochi, Kazan, Samara, Yekaterinburg, Rostov and Novosibirsk.

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  1. Demand to Russia is growing quite a bit. WZ yesterday published its winter timetable and Belgrade is three weekly.

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    1. well considering the good political relationship it is no wonder.

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  2. Weren't people on here claiming how the JU-SU code-share is suspended? lol

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  3. So this winter we will have:

    BEG-MOW 41x
    BEG-KRR 3X

    That's 44 weekly to Russia. Shame LED can't be sustained in winter time.

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    1. is it 41 or 31?

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    2. British Airways is cutting LED.

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    3. Wizz Air is starting this winter LTN to LED daily ...

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  4. When i was at Ekaterinburg airport they were announcing Air Serbia departure along with Aeroflot.

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  5. Does anyone know why all Aeroflot planes have VP (Bermuda) registration?

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    1. It's cheaper than if they put russian one. Generally in Russia, all planes which comes from out border have (in most cases) VP registration. Locally manufacturered planes Sukhoi, Tupolev have russian RA registration

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