AJW Aviation shows interest in cooperation with Serbia's Jat Tehnika

Serbia's Minister of Transport Milutin Mrkonjic, CEO of Jat Airways Vlada Ognjenovic and Director of Jat Tehnika Srdjan Miskovic spoke with representatives of the British company AJW Aviation about the possibilities of cooperation with Jat Tehnika aircraft maintenance centre....

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AJW Aviation shows interest in cooperation with Serbia's Jat Tehnika



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 22.11.2012

Serbia's Minister of Transport Milutin Mrkonjic, CEO of Jat Airways Vlada Ognjenovic and Director of Jat Tehnika Srdjan Miskovic spoke with representatives of the British company AJW Aviation about the possibilities of cooperation with Jat Tehnika aircraft maintenance centre. AJW Aviation belongs to the top five companies in the world that provide this type of services in the airline industry.
Mrkonjic and the leaders of Jat also discussed with representatives of the English company the current situation in Serbia’s national air carrier, which is going to face with significant structural changes in the near future. These changes have to do with the government’s decision to reorganise and set up a new company as soon as possible which will have much fewer employees and new fleet with the purchase of new aircraft, and which will be relieved of the current debt. The Serbian government is determined to set up a new company. After several models that were considered very seriously and which were not problematic, but given the fact that the general situation in this sector is complicated in whole Europe, this solution has been adopted.
Source: Serbian Government


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