Air Serbia’s leisure airline, Aviolet, retired its entire fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft earlier this year. Air Serbia, then known as JAT Yugoslav Airlines, was the first airline in Europe to operate the Boeing 737-300, and it did so for 36 years. This was largely possible because of UN and EU sanctions on Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
Aviolet retires its Boeing 737s
Aviolet, the leisure airline of Serbia’s national airline, Air Serbia, has retired its entire fleet of aircraft earlier this year. The 737s were first delivered to Air Serbia 36 years ago when it was still known as JAT Yugoslav Airlines.
The Boeing 737s never actually operated under the Air Serbia brand. They operated under Air Serbia’s three predecessor brands: JAT Jugoslovenski Aerotransport, JAT Yugoslav…