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Jat Airways: Jat Tehnika, Jat Flight 367, Jat Airways Destinations, Aeroput, Jat Airways Avio Taxi, Air Srpska, Jat Airways Hotels, Radio Jat

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Published May 1st 2010
ISBN : 9781155211619
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48 pages
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Jat Airways, Jat Tehnika, Jat Flight 367, Jat AirwaysMorePurchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Jat Airways, Jat Tehnika, Jat Flight 367, Jat Airways Destinations, Aeroput, Jat Airways Avio Taxi, Air Srpska, Jat Airways Hotels, Radio Jat, Air Yugoslavia. Excerpt: Aeroput (Serbian Cyrillic: Ae ) was the national airline of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia . The airline ceased to existence during WWII, but was renewed after World War II under the new name Jugoslovenski Aero Transport (Yugoslav Air Transport - JAT) and still flies today under the name Jat Airways (now being the national air carrier of the Republic of Serbia ). End of Aeroput Unlike other airlines, Aeroput did not go bankrupt. World War II interrupted the impressive development of the company and of the newest transport sector. Exhibits from this period can be found in the Museum of Aviation in Belgrade (with a collection of over 200 planes, gliders and helicopters). Thanks to the enormous efforts made by pre-war Aeroput flight staff and technicians, the company begun flying again on April 1, 1947 under its new name Jugoslovenski Aero Transport (JAT). Jugoslovenski Aero Transport became the national air carrier of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and later Federal Republic of Yugoslavia as JAT Yugoslav Airlines. The airline changed its name to Jat Airways in 2003 and it became the flag carrier of Serbia and Montenegro and in 2006 the flag carrier of the Republic of Serbia . Fleet Six Aeroputs Potez 29/2 biplanes at the old Belgrade-Dojno polje Airport, 1929 The airline had a fleet of the following aircraft: See also (online edition) Websites (URLs online) A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at item IATA R6: ICAO SBK: Callsign Air Srpska item Founded: 1999 item Fleet size: 2 item Destinations: 5 item Headquarters: Banja Luka, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina Air Srpska was the offic...