Air Serbia boosts Tianjin service

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Air Serbia will increase frequencies on flights between Belgrade and Tianjin from one to two weekly. Starting October 31, services between the Serbian capital and the Chinese city will run each Tuesday and Saturday, pending government approval. The return flight will operate on Wednesdays and Sundays, meaning the aircraft will no longer spend over 24 hours in Tianjin, as is currently the case, rather, the Airbus A330-200 jet will have a 2-hour 50-minute turnaround time. Air Serbia has previously said it plans to increase operations to China, with flights to Shanghai and Guangzhou expected to be added sometime over the coming winter.

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  1. Anonymous14:36

    Finally!

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  2. Anonymous14:47

    Bravo Air Serbia 🇷🇸🇷🇸🇷🇸

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  3. Anonymous14:48

    Good for the third A332.

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  4. Anonymous15:32

    If two weekly is good for Tijanjin it will be good for Toronto.

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    1. Anonymous15:51

      Not comparable.

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    2. Anonymous17:41

      True, not comparable. Air Serbia is flying once a week to TSN with 24 hour stop, something Air Serbia would not accept for Toronto. Plus Hainan is flying bigger A333 twice a week from nearby Beijing. That would be like Air Canada flying A333 twice a week to Toronto from to Belgrade, competing with Air Serbia once or twice weekly from Hamilton to Belgrade.

      Air Serbia has none of those problems - not even pending government approval for twice weekly YYZ flights, unlike TSN.

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    3. Anonymous22:13

      And yet, no YYZ flights and TSN goes 2pw after couple of months of launch. So simething must be bad in Toronto mathematics, that makes those flights questionable wouldn't you agree?

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    4. Anonymous22:14

      *something

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    5. Anonymous22:19

      They have said a million times by now that they will first grow China before third North America route is introduced

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  5. Anonymous15:52

    Is there still a pax limitation on board on JU's flights?

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  6. Anonymous20:37

    Amazing news!

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  7. Anonymous23:34

    Can we see at least one post about Air Serbia and A330 without Toronto comments? 🤣🤣🤣😃😀

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    1. Anonymous00:59

      As per today's news article, Air Serbia already said flights to Shanghai and Guangzhou are expected to be added sometime over the coming winter. Shanghai can be removed from unserved list of destinations from Belgrade.

      That leaves Toronto as Belgrade's busiest unserved destination in the world by far. Ask Air Serbia why are they still holding back on announcing next North American destination?

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    2. Anonymous01:04

      Because they will come after they actually launch the new China flights.

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    3. Anonymous03:00

      Chicago was announced months before Tianjin flights started.

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    4. Anonymous06:35

      Well probably because China is home to over a billion people and JU has many businessmen flying on this route. On the other hand, Toronto is home to our diaspora which would switch in a heartbeat to Lufthansa if it was €5 cheaper. Yields are better in China and Air Serbia is a thriving private business.

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    5. Anonymous06:56

      Private business?

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    6. Anonymous07:29

      Meant to write profitable business which in reality it is.

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    7. Anonymous12:06

      Plus Toronto Airport is in a really bad shape.
      They are trying to bring in more cheap labor from India and Pakistan to fix the problem, however system there is too corrupted by their government and JU is well aware of the situation .

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    8. Anonymous15:21

      @Anon 06:35
      If those arguments were valid Air Serbia should have expanded only to China instead of launching Chicago, also home to price sensitive diaspora. That diaspora is filling business class on Chicago flights and same is expected for Toronto.

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