TRIP REPORT: Air Serbia, Prague - Belgrade

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This flight was taken last December between Prague and Belgrade and was operated by the 29-year-old ATR72 registered YU-ALO. Impressions of the flight and service, as well a shot of the archaic loo, can be found in the video below. Enjoy!



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Comments

  1. Anonymous09:09

    The ATR is a true masterpiece!! The Frenchies really did a great job with this plane.
    Reliable, safe & economic. If JU ever gets the Sukhoi soon, the experience won't be the same.

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    1. Anonymous09:58

      JU should be receiving two ATRs next month, so no SSJ.

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    2. Anonymous10:16

      There won't be any ATRs coming. The Airbuses didn't come either (even though they are sitting painted in Toulouse).

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    3. Anonymous10:40

      They are coming just the delivery date was moved.

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  2. Anonymous10:07

    Anyone know if JU will keep PRG 10 weekly this summer after corona? I think this is a market with a lot of potential especially since OK is very weak and their network is pathetic.

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    1. Anonymous12:19

      Sure. According to many here on this forum the only airline not affected by this will be JU.
      Although other airlines predict they will be a significant drop in demand for the next years to come, some here think JU will be the only one growing.

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    2. Anonymous12:34

      System still shows ten so it seems like JU feels this market can sustain ten weekly on the ATR no matter how much that irritates some on here.

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    3. Anonymous12:43

      What else should it show? I mean 4 weeks ago it showed 10 weekly for April too..

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    4. Anonymous17:55

      What else should it show? Well, nothing, ten weekly is perfect and luckily JU doesn't seem to be reducing them as they would have already done so by now!

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    5. Anonymous09:23

      Why should they be reducing it? I just wonder how they came to cancell it until 1. May? what happended? why did demand go down? I booked a flight with them 3 weeks ago for April but got informed that that is cancelled. Anyone knows why? I tried the 4 of May now. It shows 10 weekly flights. Must be operating then :)

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  3. Anonymous10:15

    That toiley really looks archaic. I don't know how the management isn't embarrassed to be flying a plane in this state inside Europe.

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    1. Anonymous11:09

      +1

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    2. Anonymous11:10

      The toilet just resembles the actual state of the company.

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    3. Anonymous17:16

      At the time trip was taken company was growing and planning additional destinations and fleet for 2020.

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    4. Anonymous20:13

      If a carrier adds destinations and grows its fleet it is an inevitable sign of a good state.

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  4. Anonymous11:27

    Why is there another JU AT7 at PRG when deboarding?

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    1. Anonymous12:57

      Deboarding was in BEG.

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