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JoKeR
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JAT Leases 2 CRJ200 Before Receiving Own CRJ700's

Sat Apr 08, 2006 9:40 pm

I was just told that JAT has apparently struck a deal for a very short term lease of two CRJ 200's from Adria Airways of Slovenia, until its own CRJ 700's arrive sometime in May.

The JP CRJ200's will not wear the "dots" and will rather remain in its owner's colours.

Anyone have further info?
 
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RE: JAT Leases 2 CRJ200 Before Receiving Own CRJ700's

Sat Apr 08, 2006 11:40 pm

That's strange. JP operates 7 CRJ's, one of them is leased, 6 are owned, as far as i know. With summer schedule in place, they are short of EQV and they will lease another (second) 735 from Ukranian airlines International, to be able to execute the shedule. I don't see a possibility to lease any of their planes out.
 
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RE: JAT Leases 2 CRJ200 Before Receiving Own CRJ700's

Sun Apr 09, 2006 1:25 am

Well, I just saw this news appear on Skyliners website, info identical to what I heard  Confused
 
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RE: JAT Leases 2 CRJ200 Before Receiving Own CRJ700's

Sun Apr 09, 2006 1:47 am

Cool, so JU gets regional jets... Do they get id of their ATR's? Do you know if they will start flying again to OTP?

Thanks and Cheers, Steph
 
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RE: JAT Leases 2 CRJ200 Before Receiving Own CRJ700's

Sun Apr 09, 2006 5:06 am

ATR-72s are there to stay. The planes are practicle, economical, and ideal for regional flights within the Balkans.

Two CRJs from Adria Airways should be flying for Jat Airways on a short term wet-lease.

Note that the statements above are not fact, but rather reflect the most probalistic turn of events.

Ordering RJs from Embraer is not out of the question.
 
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RE: JAT Leases 2 CRJ200 Before Receiving Own CRJ700's

Sun Apr 09, 2006 6:20 am

I heard about that, too, but later a guy with good contacts in Adria on "yuspotters" list denied it, saying it is just a rumor. JP needs every CRJ-200 they currently have.
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RE: JAT Leases 2 CRJ200 Before Receiving Own CRJ700's

Sun Apr 09, 2006 1:08 pm

This is what Jat Airways' website shows:

Jat also plans to purchase two 70-seat planes, the negotiations for which are in the final phase. The rest of Jat's routes will be flown on the existing fleet: two Boeing 737-400s; five Boeing 737-300s and four ATR-72s.

Source: http://www.jat.com/system/en/home/ne..._params/newsplus_news_id/7191.html

When you check Amadeus or Jat Airways' website http://www.jat.com/active/en/home/custom_menu/departures.html it has no CRJs for May flights (they were there before: BRU, AMS, PRG, FCO), but starting from June of 2006, Jat's site has "---"s (instead of B733s) and Amadeus shows CRJ700s.

We'll see...

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