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Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways said on Monday it has signed an initial memorandum of understanding with Serbia to discuss acquiring a stake in Belgrade's loss-making JAT Airways. The agreement was reached in Belgrade on Monday between Etihad's
United Arab Emirates national carrier Etihad Airways should make an offer to the Serbian government at the end of next week to buy a 49% stake in Jat Airways. (Tanjug, file) If everything goes according to plan, it is expected that Etihad takes over
New Jat Airways Director Velibor Vukainovi says the first thing to do will be the introduction of new aircraft to the fleet of the Serbian national airline. (Tanjug, file) Vukainovi, whom the government on Tuesday appointed to the position, told the
Etihad Airways , the Abu Dhabi-based Gulf carrier, will commence daily flights on June 15 to Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, and form a codeshare agreement with Jat Airways as the two airlines look to tap the global Serbian diaspora, the two
The Serbian government has adopted measures for the recovery of Jat Airways that stipulate retirement benefits for some employees of the national carrier. (Tanjug, file) The company will also be able to get six aircraft through lease-purchase
The inflation in Serbia should be single-digit and could reach 7.5 percent in 2013, which is more than it was planned, analyst at Saa ogovi says...If agricultural yields were average, in circumstances of declining purchasing power, a single-digit
A Jat Airways will make its proposal for "an optimal solution" for the reorganization of the national airline" and submit it to the Serbian government. (Tanjug, file) This was announced by Assistant Minister in Charge of Air Traffic Milutin Popovi.
Five teenaged girls, the daughter and nieces of a labourer, were allegedly gang-raped by eight men in Pakistan's Punjab province, a media report said Sunday. The incident took place in Narangmandi of Sheikhupura district, police told Geo News.
TOP publication said that NIS turned a profit of RSD 40.6bn last year, while its overall income reached RSD 192.5bn. The former Serbian state oil monopoly is now majority owned by by Russia's Gazprom Neft. The state-owned Telekom Srbija
Minister of Economy and Finance Mlaan Dinki denied on Tuesday that Telekom, Ski Resorts of Serbia and Nikola Tesla Airport would not be sold next year...It is not true," Dinki told reporters at the Palace of Serbia after a meeting with