Air Serbia and AtlasGlobal expand partnership

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Air Serbia has expanded its codeshare partnership with Turkey’s Atlasglobal. The Serbian carrier has added its flight numbers and "JU" designator code onto the Turkish airline's flights between Istanbul and Aktau in Kazakhstan, as well as the Georgian capital of Tbilisi. Over the past year, Serbia has abolished visa requirements for both Kazakh and Georgian nationals, which has been reciprocated. The expansion to the existing codeshare arrangement between the two airlines is the second this year. Earlier in 2019, Atlasglobal began codesharing on Air Serbia’s flights from Belgrade to Berlin, Kiev, Sofia and Zurich.

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  1. Does this mean the new, possible deal with TK failed?

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    1. no. currently, JU and TK have only SPA. we might have code-share in the future, depends on the intergovernmental deal

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    2. No, it just means that KK cooperation will stay regardless of TK deal. The Serbia-Turkey market is massive so there is room for everyone.

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    3. If JU+KK code share would survive JU+TK code share it would be amazing, but I am not sure TK would agree with it

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    4. KK has codeshare with JU for SKP yet you cannot book SKP-IST neither on AirSerbia or AtlasGlobal webpage: "nije primenljivo" lol


      i really hope the other codeshares are not only "fictional"

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    5. You can book LJU BEG IST without a problem.

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    6. Anon 11.12
      Try if you can book, with the start of summer 2020 timetable. ;)

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  2. Belgrade has a massive demand from Istanbul. It's time to allow more flights and widebody planes to fly!!

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    1. Not till the bilateral has been renegotiated.

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    2. It's such a missed opportunity. I am sure Pegasus would have daily flights, TK triple and who knows about KK.

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  3. But KK isn't in a good shape in terms of finances! It could go bust anytime soon.

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