Air Serbia A330 touches down in Yerevan and Minsk

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Air Serbia’s Airbus A330-200 aircraft has operated humanitarian cargo-only flights to Yerevan and Minsk on several occasions over the past week to deliver medical aid and equipment in the fight against the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic. The jet brought ten ventilators, ten patient monitoring devices, 500.000 surgical masks, 100.000 protective masks, 25.000 protective glasses, 25.000 visors, and other necessary equipment to Armenia. A total of two flights were operated to Yerevan. In addition, the carrier transported ventilators, bronchoscopes and other diagnostic equipment, oxygen concentrators, and personal protective equipment to Minsk on two special flights. Over the past four months, Air Serbia has operated over thirty flights to China to transport medical supplies, while its A330 jet has also been used to carry aid to Italy and Banja Luka, as well as bring supplies from Los Angeles.

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Comments

  1. Anonymous12:48

    When will they bring original livery back on this plane?

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    1. nobody knows exactly... (niko ne zna tacno)

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    2. Anonymous21:02

      The sooner the better...this is so ugly , cumbersome and letters not visible from a distance.

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    3. Thatsy question too. First association when I see YU-ARA - when! Honestly, I don't see benefit of such a "promotion" and now is probably too expensive to change back.

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  2. JU520 BEGLAX13:21

    Bravo and Thank you Serbia !

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  3. Anonymous14:09

    First photo is sooo beautiful!

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  4. Jatovac14:33

    ARA collecting airport which are rare for BEG flights. First photo amazing

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  5. Anonymous16:11

    Get a A330-200F, it makes a sense...

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  6. Anonymous17:43

    I'm curious, is the equipment being sent from Serbia to Minsk and Yerevan made in Serbia?
    Or was it imported/bought/donated from other countries?

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    1. Anonymous21:28

      I'm guessing but masks and protective gear are probably locally made and respirators and other tech is imported.

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  7. Anonymous14:30

    Serbia has never sent a plane with help to Srpska. Only a few trucks. Only Russia and Hungary have sent a plane. On a Hungarian plane to Banja Luka was a foreign minister personally.

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