The first Serbian "low-cost" airline company "Cent avia" conveyed one of its two planes to Belgrade.
The airplane type "BAE 146" is at the moment on the B platform of Nikola Tesla Airport, where it waits for painting job in "JAT Technique", However, when Cent avia will officially take off is still uncertain.
The sources close to the director of the company, Predrag Vujovic, who is ex-general director of "JAT Airways", have recentley claimed that Cent avia would start getting passangers during the summer season of 2006. But, as it is off the record said the issuing of AOC licence is late and Cent avia hasn't yet completed all documentation nor dealed with its organizational structure.
Besides that, the registration of the company is also under question as it was founded with a capital of only 500 EUR, while in "JAT Airways" claim that for foundation of an airline company it is necessary at least 160.000 USD on the company's account or a bank guaranty for this sum.