Good idea of making the new topic, since we had two conversations starting in one thread!
You asked if Jat Airways plans to fly intercontinental routes.
In fact they are now flying to New York every thursday and sunday, since the middle of september. The agreement was reached with Uzbekistan Airways, since their loads were not sufficient, and they needed a stopover somewhere in Europe. Before introducing the Tashkent - Belgrade - New York route, it was instead making its stop in Birmingham.
Jat Airways has 105 out of 210 seats on the Boeing 767-300ER. I believe it is 90 in economy, and 15 in business class. Apparently the loads are very good. The flight is operated with Uzbek and Serbian crew. Some Jat Airways pilots have completed their training for the 767, and fly alongside their Uzbek colleagues.
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Otherwise the plan is to lease or sell the DC-10, and other intercontinental routes would be explored later. Of particular interest would be Chicago and Toronto.