Mahan Air ends Belgrade service

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Mahan Air has ended its limited operations between Tehran and Belgrade, which were restored in mid-May. The service was initially planned to run until mid-August but has been discontinued earlier than planned. Mahan Air has been transferring passengers to and from China on its one weekly flight operated by the 202-seat Airbus A310 aircraft and tickets were only available for purchase through tour operators. The service’s termination comes after Hainan Airlines commenced a scheduled nonstop operation between Beijing and Belgrade. Mahan Air operated two weekly seasonal summer flights between the Iranian and Serbian capitals until the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.

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  1. Anonymous10:35

    Oh well at least Belgrade tried to play in the big league.

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    1. Anonymous10:36

      (Trol)lol.

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    2. Anonymous10:36

      Mahan Air one weekly charter is big league?

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    3. Anonymous12:48

      Big league means having an air connection with Tehran, one of the major economic and cultural centers in the Middle East.

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    4. Anonymous13:01

      You could not book flights

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    5. Anonymous13:21

      You could. Just the way you are used to (online), but by using a local agent/agency. You of course had to pay in cash, preferably in USD.

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    6. Anonymous14:56

      You could not purchase tickets online.

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    7. Anonymous15:14

      Belgrade was almost the only airport in Europe where Mahan flies to.

      I guess no other airport in Europe is even near big league.

      Stupid.

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    8. They can't buy fuel in EU, so they have to carry fuel for round trip. In Belgrade they can refuel.

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  2. Anonymous10:36

    Nooo. A worthy sight at BEG, I hope they will be back soon.

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  3. Anonymous10:43

    Ouch

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  4. Anonymous10:51

    They are and will always be welcome at Belgrade airport !

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    1. Anonymous11:09

      That's really sweet

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  5. Anonymous11:29

    Wonder who is next?

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    1. Anonymous12:12

      Next is many new routes announced. Won't be a good day for you.

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    2. Anonymous14:44

      Hahahaha bravo Anon 12.12, you really made me laugh. Those hates who are bragging about everything and cannot even hide their misery are so annoying.

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    3. Anonymous17:31

      We have been listening for weeks about new JU routes, but still no single announcment.

      I really wish to hear which routes will be introduced.

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    4. Anonymous17:33

      It is not even August. And you heard about new JU routes for the first time last week.

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  6. Anonymous11:49

    Oh no.

    Anyway.

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  7. Anonymous16:42

    Purchase not purchased*

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