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Mar 19th, 2012, 07:15 AM
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Question - Intercontinental Flight - Europe

Hello,
I wasn't sure how to Title my question ...

We booked a flight on Czech Airlines from Prague to Zagreb on July 20th. A week later we received an email stating that there has been a schedule change and that we were to contact the number they listed. I did so and was told the flight from Prague to Zagreb was given to another airline but they weren't sure which yet and that the date and time would remain the same. She told me they would send me something soon via email. Later that day I received an email with an "Itinerary Receipt" which has the date and time as being the same as what I booked and under Restrictions it reads: INVOL REROUTE but I didn't see a new airline listed anywere nor terminal, as in the original email that Czech Air sent me.

I contacted Czech Air again this morning asking about the flight and she said that Jap Air took over the flight. She said it was a budget airline. That's all she told me. I googled Jap Air and the only one that came up with Japan Airlines, which from what I could tell didn't fly from Prague or to Zagreb. And although it's only March and my trip isn't until July, I'm wondering what my airport experience is going to be like since all I have are emails from Czech Airlines and nothing that has Jap air on it or from Jap air.

Has anyone heard of Jap Air? Has anyone gone through something similar? This is my first time taking an interncontinental flight and it has me a bit uneasy, especially since i'm walking into an airport with a czech airline receipt/emails knowing they aren't the airline with this route any longer.

Thanks for your help!
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Mar 19th, 2012, 07:42 AM
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It's Jat Airways. The carrier based in Belgrade, Serbia. Used to be JAT Yugoslav Airlines.

I don't know why you call this an intercontinental flight. It's a short flight between two countries both in Europe.
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Mar 19th, 2012, 10:03 AM
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Thank you rkkwan for your post. Jat Airways makes much more sense than Jap Air. I must have mistaken her t for a p. And thank you for pointing out my error in writing intercontinental flight. I was getting ahead of myself with regards to a 2nd email I had to prepare regarding our flight from the U.S. to Prague.
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Mar 23rd, 2012, 03:58 PM
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It's not Jap Air OR Jat Airways.

It's Job Air, aka Central Connect Airlines (CCA), a regional airline flying Saab 340 turboprop planes.

According to their website, they operate under the IATA code 3B (and codeshare Czech Airways flights under the latter's IATA code, OK).

You can visit their website at http://flycca.cz/en/
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Mar 23rd, 2012, 05:10 PM
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Thanks for the correction!
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Mar 26th, 2012, 04:07 PM
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Thank you Cranachin!
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