No he escaneado el folleto entero, pero he incluído la sección de cinco aeropuertos clave en la antigua Yugoslavia y que aun hoy lo siguen siendo en sus respectivos países: Belgrado, Ljubliana, Sarajevo, Skopje y Zagreb. También he incluído la división charter ✈Air Yugoslavia y la sección de carga.
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If I am right, this is quite possibly the last JAT issued timetable which was published in the former Yugoslavia before the series of wars that started in the summer of 1991 and eventually led to the breakup of the country and the birth of seven new republics. This is why I seriosuly doubt wheter this schedule was just a theotetical tool and many (or most !) routes were cancelled during that summer.
The former state carrier had a pretty extensive coverage of the European continent, and it also flew to several points in North America, Asia and the Middle East, and quite surprisingly it was also one of the few (and last) European airlines that served Australia.
I did not scan the whole timetable, but I included some key airports both in the former Yugoslavia and in the current new republics: Beograd, Ljubliana, Sarajevo, Skopje and Zagreb. I've also included the ✈Air Yugoslavia charter flights and the cargo section.