Air Serbia Soon Coming To An Airport Near You [Roundup]

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  1. Air Serbia’s predecessor JAT used to fly to Detroit, Chicago, and I believe Cleveland. The market exists, particularly in the summertime when diaspora members tend to visit family overseas. Frankly, from Air Serbia’s perspective, it would make much more sense to fly to Chicago or Detroit than it does to JFK. What’s more, the traffic wouldn’t necessarily be one-way to Belgrade, and could realistically include a lot of onward traffic to other parts of the Balkans best served via one-stop flights through Belgrade. A Chicago flight could potentially serve as a catalyst for partnering with OneWorld carriers – who have a gaping hole in their network in continental Europe.

  2. Used to be JAT airlines which we renamed joke about time
    Also Tesla pictured was born in Croatia not Serbia so that might need some adjustment

  3. @Stojan

    He was born in 1856 in Austro-Hungary

    In a town that today is part of Croatia

    To Serbian parents.

    Borders have changed, his heritage has not.

  4. @Sean
    Some people simply can not digest the fact tha he was born in Austro-Hungary, to Serbian parents. His father was serbian orthodox priest.

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