This Jat Airways flight on an A320 with two rows of misshapen seats for business class, then a cabin whose headrest corners had been removed, was nothing special. The flight crew handed out a salad sandwich, not very appropriate for a mid-morning flight. The drink was served ten minutes later, so too late. The only advantage was that Jat used commercial cups, white promotional ones from Leader Price, whose capacity was slightly more than that of the transparent cups that you find on a lot of airline companies.
Since the flight had a code-share with Al Italia, the Flying Blues passengers enjoyed access to the lounge in Rome and from the attention of the Italian airline's ground crew, who seemed really unhappy to entrust you to an airline that no longer existed (Jat has been known as Air Serbia since August) when people talk so often about the disappearance of theirs.
A flight without pretension but with a lot of good will.
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