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BELGRADE — Air Serbia is preparing to receive its second Airbus A330-200 jet, which was previously operated by the Russian flag carrier Aeroflot.



The twelve and a half years old aircraft with registration VP-BLY, arrived at Shannon Airport in Ireland on March 3rd, where it will be adorned with the colors of its new owner. Air Serbia's A330-200 is expected to offer the operator's new premium product with more capacity in the business class. The widebody jet made its last commercial flight between Antalya and Moscow in August 2020. The aircraft had been parked in Hong Kong since then.

The new widebody will replace the airline’s only A330-200 in its fleet of which the leasing term will expire in May 2021.
Via (Ex-Yu Aviation)


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