JAT AIRWAYS

IATA: JU - 115 ICAO: JAT FOUNDED: 1 APR 1947 CEASED OPERATIONS: 26 OCT 2013

HISTORY: JAT AIRWAYS (JUGOSLOVENSKI AEROTRANSPORT) was the national flag carrier and largest airline of Serbia, and formerly Yugoslavia. Founded in 1927 as Aeroput, the airline ceased operations during World War II. After resuming flights in 1947, the airline was renamed JAT on 1 April 1947. On 1 August 2013, the Government of Serbia and Etihad Airways entered into an agreement which reorganized the operations of Jat Airways and renamed it Air Serbia.

 

SEE BOARDING PASS

 

 

 

14/9/1948

 

 

14/8/1950 (From London to Geneve to Zurich to Beograd)

 

 

10/6/1953 (From Frankfurt to Stockholm)

 

 

7/8/1954 (From Hercegnovi to Beograd)

 

 

4/6/1960 (From Boegrad to Split)

 

 

30/6/1960 (From Beograd to Ohrid)

 

 

UNKNOWN

 

 

UNKNOWN

 

 

UNKNOWN

 

 

11/1/1966 (From Zagreb to Beograd to Ohrid)

 

 

30/4/1971 (From Rijeka to Belgrade to Athens)

 

 

17/9/1973 (From Zagreb to Belgrade to Tripoli to Tunis to Belgrade)

 

 

UNKNOWN (From Windsor to Toronto to Montreal to Brussels to Belgrade)

 

 

16/12/1985 (From Athens to Belgrade to Athens)

 

 

EXCESS BAGGAGE TICKET 5/1971

 

 

VOUCHER 9/2/1990

 

 

 

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