Trending in November

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

The three most read trip reports in November:

The most popular vintage photo published in November

JAT at London Gatwick Airport, 1987

The most visitors by country:

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


  1. Anonymous12:23

    Ryanair very popular last month :D

  2. Anonymous12:45

    First time I see Spain in top 15. Nice

  3. Anonymous14:06

    Month with new announced routes. Next is JU!

  4. Anonymous14:21

    It's been a while since we had someone else except AirSerbia dominating the month. Happy to se the dinamics is growing in the region, unfortunately not with the local companies

    1. Anonymous14:33

      I always wonder why the term "airline" does not exist in most Balkan countries. Ex-Yu to be exact. For example, Moldova has about 10 airlines and even 747, A321NEO. Even Georgia and Armenia (at the end of Europe, which are not EU countries) have the same number of airlines as MD. Why isn't something happening in this region as well? Even Cargo and ACMI airlines......

    2. Anonymous14:35

      Strange fact. Moldova is a real example, a small market with one international airport. Why, for example, in Macedonia should we not create a cargo airline with two 737-800, 767?
      The fact that they are small markets is no excuse.

    3. Anonymous14:37

      Actually in Macedonia we can boast of 747 in the past!!! 😁

    4. Anonymous14:44

      It is the same with Serbia, but business aviation is developed here, the country has a large number of airlines that are engaged in this type of activity. I think there is potential for airlines (ACMI and Cargo) like Heston Airlines, Get Jet Airlines, Bluebird Nordic, MNG Airlines, ULS Cargo, Marathon Airlines, Air Mediterranean, Lumiwings. In the rest of the countries there is also the potential just to be willing, if you are afraid of flying in the EU, you can always operate with an EU AOC, for example in Malta. By the way I noticed there is a Saab 340 parked at SJJ with Bosnian registration, is this Icar Air?

    5. Anonymous19:15

      Saab 340 E7-NEL Icar Air


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