FlyBosnia to run China cargo flights

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FlyBosnia will operate ten flights between Bosnia and Herzegovina and China starting April 8 to bring necessary medical equipment in the fight against the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic. The airline, which has been grounded since February 29, will utilise its Airbus A319 jet to bring necessary supplies. It has urged companies and institutions that require the transportation of coronavirus-related medical equipment to get in touch with the airline in order to coordinate flights to China and other countries. The airline said it has so far received more than twenty requests from companies. Flights are expected to operate between Sarajevo and Shanghai.

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  1. Anonymous14:25

    they finally found a way to get some significant state money into that company....

    even if the rates have climed recently there is no way on earth that they can ship cargo at market rates with this machine; and probably no one is expecting that they do it anywhere close to current market rates

    did airserbia finally disclose the rates that they charged for their recent china flights; last week it was still a secret

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    1. Anonymous16:37

      Where did you find rates Wizz charged for their recent China and USA flights?

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    2. Anonymous20:15

      +1 Anon 16.37

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    3. Anonymous21:53

      Imagine those poor souls who had to fly from Miami to Budapest via Chicago and Toronto onboard the cramped A321neo! I'd rather get infected with Corona.

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  2. Anonymous14:27

    The airline has already flown a repatriation flight for Bosnian citizens from Rome to Sarajevo.

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    1. Anonymous14:29

      It was reported here

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  3. Anonymous01:24

    Their AOC covers that area?

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  4. Anonymous04:16

    Where will be the intermediate stop(s)?

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    1. JU does it in Nivosibirsk when they fly a320's.

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