Kraljevo Airport closes

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Kraljevo’s Morava Airport has been closed after the Serbian government adopted a decision to shut down the airport’s border crossing until further notice to limit the spread of the coronavirus Covid-19. As a result, all of Air Serbia’s flights from Kraljevo to Vienna have been suspended. The measure is also expected to affect Air Serbia’s upcoming new service between Kraljevo and Thessaloniki, which is to launch on March 31.

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  1. Anonymous13:38

    Air Serbia likes this

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    1. Anonymous14:15

      +1
      Receiving subsidies without even having to fly half empty planes!

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    2. Anonymous14:34

      So much hate for JU, boring

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    3. Anonymous15:31

      Many airlines, esp large ones like AZ, LH, AF, KL etc will start getting significant subsidies and financial help in the coming weeks and months. Many have already parked a lot of planes and won't survive without government help. Aviation is too important to let many airlines bakrupt. Germany could decide to save LH but not some smaller ones. Complaining about subsidies in this situation means you don't live in reality.

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    4. Anonymous15:49

      You all attack JU for downsizing and getting subsidies but you forget OU and YM keep on operating normally while bookings collapse. You should be worried they are not doing enough to face the new reality.

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  2. Anonymous13:47

    why only Kraljevo?

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    1. Anonymous13:50

      Because they don't have thermal screening there.

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    2. Anonymous14:54

      ahahah are you serious lol, what a reasoning

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    3. Anonymous16:24

      What's funny? Corona virus makes people develop a fever and thermal cameras show body temperature. It's the easiest way to spot infected people. Don't laugh, educate yourself.

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    4. Anonymous17:48

      and the mega hub INI has them?

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    5. Anonymous17:51

      Yes it does, since 23rd of January
      https://pink.rs/drustvo/181191/termovizijske-kamere-rade-i-na-konstantinu-velikom-u-nisu

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    6. Anonymous18:43

      The sad thing is that those cameras are not really being looked at, that room at BEG is always empty and the person is wandering around or looking at it’s phone...

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    7. Anonymous21:30

      Anon 17.48 how about you apologize to INI fan club on here because your malicious comment was proven extremely wrong.

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  3. Not surprise. Nis may be next.

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