Trending in June

The following are the ten most read articles on EX-YU Aviation News throughout June according to accumulated statistics: 

The three most read trip reports in June:

The most popular vintage photo published in June (and of all time):

Departure board at Belgrade Airport, 1967

The most visitors by country:

1. Serbia
2. Slovenia
3. Croatia
4. United States
5. Germany
6. United Kingdom
7. Switzerland
8. Bosnia and Herzegovina
9. Canada
10. Macedonia
11. Netherlands
12. Australia
13. Austria
14. Sweden
15. Montenegro


  1. Anonymous14:53

    That pic from Terminal 1 is legendary :D

    1. Anonymous14:59

      Old good analogue times.

    2. Anonymous18:58

      Yes, the picture is genius, like that whole article about 60 years AB. Look at those city names, and interesting that JAT flight number to Moscow is JU132, which was the case till 2016. Priceless :)

  2. Anonymous19:23

    Indeed this photo is very cool. Which airlines operated to OTP? IF? I cannot find any info. Were the LH flights to SOF via BEG? If yes, were they via MUC or FRA?

    1. Anonymous19:48

      Probably Interflug. In 1967 Lufthansa, operated the first flight from Frankfurt to Belgrade via Munich and Budapest and continued to Sofia.

    2. Anonymous20:03

      Ah, true. Interesting. I had no idea. Thanks for sharing!

    3. Anonymous20:19

      It seems that were a lot of Via flights back in 60s and 70s, but I am still fascinated that Belgrade had flights to Indonesia and western Africa

  3. Anonymous21:11

    Чак је била присутна и Ћирилица а не као данас!

    1. Anonymous22:48

      Тако je, брате.

    2. Anonymous02:29

      А не као данас??? Слика са аеродрома од данас:

  4. Anonymous23:22

    That departure board is so vintage! I could literally hang that in a frame on my wall!
    Anyone knows if there were direct flights between Belgrade and Pristina back in time?


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