Air Serbia reported its passenger numbers jumped 66% to almost 365,000 in the first quarter, and it is on track to breakeven this year. The first-quarter rise in passengers was accompanied by a 47% increase in revenue and a 46% increase in cargo tonnage to 175 tonnes. First-quarter ASKs were up 93% as two new Airbus A319s and an A320 joined the fleet. The airline, the former Jat Airways, was relaunched last summer after Etihad Airways took a 49% stake in the Serbian carrier, for which it was ...

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