Air Serbia has reported first-half revenue of €102 million ($139 million), up 82% compared to €56 million for the same period in 2013. Profit figures were not released. Passenger numbers for the first half also rose sharply, climbing almost 70% to 944,000. Capacity increased 85% to 1.6 million ASKs. The carrier is undergoing a major revitalization after Abu Dhabi-based Etihad acquired a 49% stake and a management contract in the former Jat Airways, which it rebranded in October ...

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