11 July 1994 Yugoslavia's airlines fly two lines today compared to the 50 flights a day they had before the sanctions. Essential spare parts are being smuggled in with difficulty at high prices while pilots are barely able to get enough flying time to extend their licences. You can't avoid wondering how safe you are […]

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