Air Serbia runs over twenty China flights

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Air Serbia is continuing to operate cargo-only flights to China in order to bring medical aid and supplies to Serbia to fight the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic. Since the declaration of a state of emergency in the country just over a month ago, the airline has operated 21 flights to China with its Airbus A330-200 and A320 aircraft. The A330 has been running nonstop services to a number of Chinese cities over the past month including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu and Shenzhen, while the A320 has been operating to these cities with a refuelling stop in either Novosibirsk or Nur-Sultan. Apart from supplies such as face masks, gloves, respirators and protective equipment, the airline has also transported a makeshift Covid testing laboratory. More cargo-only flights to China are expected this week.











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  1. Anonymous10:40

    Serbia has been very fortunate to have received so much help from China during these testing times. Thank you China! And thank goodness we have our own planes to ferry all of this.

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    1. Anonymous11:23

      Check the radar every night. The entire continent is receiving cargo flights. There are even flights from Argentina to China via Auckland or direct flights from Madrid to Manila and cargo flights from Luxembourg to Taiwan, etc, etc, etc.

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    2. Anonymous11:42

      Yes but Serbia has been receiving at least two cargo flights per day which is a lot for the country this size!

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    3. Anonymous12:45

      And let's not forget, thank you European Union for financing these flights!

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    4. Anonymous13:21

      Without China there would be no need for these flights are there would be no goods to be transported.

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    5. Anonymous13:52

      China has been the perfect ally in all this. Hopefully more tourists come after all this.

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    6. Anonymous12:45
      The EU funds other flights through other companies. It has been 15 times so far. Thanks to the EU for that, we needed them. Fliing Air Serbia is paid by the Government of Serbia.

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    7. Anonymous10:57

      Anonymous13:52 Are you seriously saying that?!

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  2. Anonymous11:22

    Nice, good job on JU!

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  3. Anonymous12:04

    YU ARA does not have time to rest. This is the time when this aircraft finally got its point. Bravo JU

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  4. Anonymous12:07

    Nadam se da ce ARA uskoro leteti na redovnoj liniji za Peking ili Sangaj.

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    1. Anonymous13:26

      I know they don't usually allow this, except for regional international flights (such as HKG, Japan, Korea), but flying to Hongqiao (SHA) instead of Shanghai Pudong (PVG) could be a huge deal for transfer pax to Europe.

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  5. Anonymous13:06

    Seeing photos of JU and FlyBosnia and W6 becoming cargo airlines, it seems that we will not be seeing passengers taking aeroplanes anytime soon. 2020 is basically a lost year for commercial aviation.

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  6. I wonder what the numbers are for the other flight to BEG. Some HUGE Antonov/Illyshin planes flew over Belgrade a number of times over the past 6 weeks.

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    1. Anonymous13:53

      B747 cargo flights as well.

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    2. Anonymous14:52

      If those were ilyshins they were flying to Batajnica airbase with russian help

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    3. Anonymous16:13

      Russian MoD sent Il76 a few times but it went to Batajnica

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  7. Anonymous16:23

    Could Mriya land to BEG?

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  8. Anonymous09:38

    It's not a make shift laboratory, it covers 750 square meters.

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  9. Australia sent thousands of face masks to China at the start of the pandemic for free thanks China for selling them back to us never forget what they have done to the rest of the world not the Chinese people there government

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