Air Yugoslavia

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Air Yugoslavia
IATA
ICAO
YRG
Callsign
Yugair
Founded 1969
Ceased operations 2005
Hubs Belgrade International
Parent company JAT Yugoslav Airlines
Headquarters Belgrade, Serbia

Air Yugoslavia was an airline based in Belgrade, Yugoslavia (now Serbia). It was established in 1969 and operated numerous international charter passenger services, using aircraft from parent airline JAT Yugoslav Airlines. Its main base was Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport.

Air Yugoslavia officially existed as a subsidiary of JAT, although it didn't operate a single flight for more than a decade. The division called "Air Yugoslavia" has been replaced with the Charter and Tourism Department within Jat Airways in 2005.

In summer 1989, Air Yugoslavia operated flights from Belgrade to Niš, Priština, Skopje, Ohrid, Titograd, Tivat, Dubrovnik, Sarajevo, Split, Zadar, Pula, Rijeka, Zagreb and Maribor, and from Zagreb to Belgrade, Tivat, Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar, Pula, Ljubljana, Düsseldorf, Sttutgart and Hamburg.[1]

Code data[edit]

  • ICAO Code: YRG
  • Callsign: Yugair

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Air Yugoslavia at timetableimages.com, retrieved 24-10-2014