Air Serbia to take delivery of third A320

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Air Serbia is expected to take delivery of a third Airbus A320 aircraft (pictured) in the coming weeks in line with recent announcements. The jet, registered YU-APS, is twelve years old and previously operated on behalf of Wizz Air. It was recently painted in the Serbian carrier's corporate livery. The airline has announced it will have a fleet of at least 28 aircraft this summer, with negotiations to lease two ATR72-600s in their final stages.



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  1. Anonymous10:31

    How old?

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    1. Anonymous10:33

      Just read the article, please. It's short.

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    2. Anonymous10:44

      It was added later on

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    3. The article has not been edited since its publication.

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    4. Anonymous10:52

      ExYu woke up and chose violence today :D

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    5. Anonymous11:00

      It’s we years old. Easier to write this than to criticize others…

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    6. Anonymous11:01

      *12 years old

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    7. Nemjee11:02

      I agree as well, much more civilized just to answer than to behave like that.

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    8. Anonymous11:07

      Deserved tbf. People getting lazier and lazier

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    9. Anonymous11:30

      Ex-Yu only reacted to "it was added later on" comment. Totally appropriate response.

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    10. Anonymous11:44

      I dont understand why you couldnt just write 12yr instead of being impolite and calling him lazy

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    11. Anonymous11:56

      +1

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    12. JATBEGMEL12:01

      The only impolite part is the reader not being bothered to read an article that obviously interests them, while the admin takes time and dedication to bring us news and articles we love about this site. It's 4 sentences not 4 pages.

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  2. Anonymous10:46

    Did they remove the sharklets?

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    1. Anonymous10:47

      No. There were no sharkelts on this plane.

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    2. Anonymous10:51

      There was a lot of fuss about this one having sharklets as well; does that mean 4th a320 is coming?

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  3. Anonymous10:59

    So what could their fleet look like for this summer?

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    1. Anonymous11:07

      7-9 atrs (depends if they keep -200), 11-13 A319, 4-6 A320, 3 A330

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  4. Anonymous11:03

    Bravo Air Serbia πŸ‡·πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡·πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡·πŸ‡Έ

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  5. Anonymous11:56

    Much needed addition

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  6. Anonymous12:15

    YU-APS is this one, YU-APR is the BBJ that came from Russia... what about YU-APP?

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  7. Anonymous12:26

    Let's believe in a better tomorrow.

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  8. Anonymous13:03

    Serbian CAD, think that call sign PAPA PAPA will lead to misunderstanding. So it will be APS, APT, APU...

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    1. Anonymous13:11

      Because of Pan Pan call you mean?

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    2. Anonymous14:09

      Serbian CAD is unable to think...
      YU-APP is previously used for one Boeing 737 that left Serbia some weeks ago, after some time spend on the ground...

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    3. Anonymous14:13

      Which B737 is that? Because I couldn't find any with YU-APP registration.

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    4. Anonymous16:06

      It’s APR and not APP.

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  9. Anonymous13:28

    In first place because pronounciation. Maydey is also common, as it is pan pan.

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  10. Anonymous13:39

    What kind of interior does YU-APS have?

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    1. Anonymous13:48

      It will have JU's interior. CY174 with Recaro seats. Same configuration as in YU-APH, whereas YU-APO should get such interior during C-check.

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    2. Anonymous15:04

      I am not going to lie to you, that make a lot of sense. However JU should consider moving to 168 configuration to leave a bit more space in the first two rows for business class passengers.

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    3. Anonymous15:12

      Why don't you tell that to Lufthansa, on their A32N they have CY180?

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    4. Anonymous15:51

      Do you honestly think that LH is someone they should be copying?!?!?!

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    5. Anonymous16:06

      +1

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    6. Anonymous19:33

      A320 NEOs have more space due to redesigned galley and lavatories so they can accommodate one more row of seats without reducing legroom vs the A320 CEOs.

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    7. Anonymous07:45

      Have you see what the toilet looks like on the LH A320neo? It's absolutely tiny and they even removed one toilet. Imagine how much fun it is on flights that are longer than 3 hours. That's basically all of Middle East from FRA.

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  11. Anonymous14:04

    What airline is it coming from and who is going to use it?

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    1. Anonymous14:12

      From Wizz Air, ex HA-LWK. What do you mean with 'who is going to use it'?

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  12. Anonymous14:30

    Interesting is that different information is on airfleets:
    https://www.airfleets.net/ficheapp/plane-a320-6614.htm

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    2. Anonymous10:20

      Yes. There is information that HA-LYQ is coming from Wizz and it is 7.7 years old. Maybe it is the second one, but it is marked as YU-APS.

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  13. Anonymous14:41

    How old? Ahahahahh ...

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    1. Anonymous15:06

      Is it going to be painted in Air Serbia colours?

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    2. Anonymous15:51

      Did they remove the sharklets?

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    3. Anonymous15:54

      Only on the left wing.

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    4. Anonymous15:57

      ahahahahh ....

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    5. Yeah, they installed seats from GSP.

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    6. Anonymous21:17

      what, they even installed seats? How many standing positions are there?

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  14. Anonymous16:02

    They could become biggest aircraft carrer if we don't include Turkish.

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