AnadoluJet to launch Belgrade service

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Turkish Airlines’ lower cost unit AnadoluJet will launch four weekly flights between Antalya and Belgrade this coming summer season. The service will operate each Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, starting July 3. AnadoluJet has already announced the launch of six new routes to the region. More routes are expected to be added in the coming weeks. Further flight details for the Antalya - Belgrade service can be found here.

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  1. Anonymous13:59

    I was expecting this. I can imagine many at JU won't be happy. There are close to 100.000 passengers flying on this route each year.

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    1. Anonymous14:06

      I don't think it will hurt JU's 5 daily (sometimes more) on this route, maybe this will give people an option to book independently because JU only has charters.

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    2. Anonymous14:52

      "JU's 5 daily"
      ???

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    3. Anonymous14:56

      Once I saw whole JU fleet flying to Antalya, including 737's.

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    4. Anonymous15:17

      What's the usual number of daily charters to AYT in high season?

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    5. Anonymous15:39

      Yeah, I remember last summer that the flight track to Antalya was filled with JU's planes :D Same to Hurghada.

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    6. Anonymous15:45

      I fear JU will use its sway and block this.

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  2. Anonymous14:04

    Congratulations to LJU for being overlooked once more. But hey at least we will have one weekly to Brac.

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    1. Anonymous14:08

      You should say congratulations to Skobir/Krašnja duo

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    2. Anonymous14:09

      I think ZAG, LJU and TGD are the last missing ones.

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  3. Anonymous14:06

    Great news for BEG!

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  4. Anonymous14:07

    Air Serbia did anger many tour operators, they basically invited AnadoluJet to Belgrade.

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    1. Anonymous15:39

      What? Care to explain?

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    2. Anonymous19:35

      I guess the anon is just making stuff up? No one has better cooperation with agencies than JU.

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  5. Anonymous14:08

    Hopefully TK is allowed to increase BEG. Much nicer to fly with modern planes than JU's ancient ATRs.

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    1. Anonymous17:34

      It is not always ATR on that route.

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    2. Anonymous21:17

      Some people live to trahs AirSerbia... Fly whoever you want, I love even ancient ATRs because they belong to AirSerbia, so what?!

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    3. Anonymous06:23

      Well, my friend, so what is that because of their ancient ATRs TK manages to fill their brand new, state of the art A321neo to Belgrade.

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  6. Anonymous14:19

    Bad news for JU.

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    1. Anonymous17:18

      Bad news neighbor failed again. This will actually be more like Air Cairo service from Hurghada. Air Cairo is operating year-round but Air Serbia steps in with higher frequency during high season when there is more money to be made. Air Serbia will have way more charters during summer not just to Antalya but also other destinations on that coast. Air Serbia also has agreement with TK so they will be able to offer way more frequency than anyone else.

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  7. Anonymous15:27

    Seems like BEG's recovery has slowly begun, 38 flights tomorrow!

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  8. Anonymous16:05

    Smells like 2w AYT-INI-AYT is next to come...

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    1. Anonymous16:11

      That would be very nice, at least seasonal.

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    2. Anonymous16:44

      Indeed. Or at least 1/w.

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  9. Does anyone know why was there a Ryanair B737 today in BEG ? Reg EI-SEV

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    1. Anonymous17:46

      Transporting Irish football team after playing qualifier against Serbia last night.

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    2. Anonymous20:30

      They're really low-cost.

      The Irish team.

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    3. Anonymous21:51

      It is special plane in FR fleet with 2-2 seat configuration and leather seats.
      Also it is only B737-700 in their fleet used for charters and crew training.

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  10. Anonymous18:30

    Any charters from Banja Luka to Antalya by Air Serbia this summer season ?

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  11. Anonymous21:10

    Time tabele Is perfect

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