Among other important dates in the history of civil aviation in Kingdom Yugoslavia, year 1935 is particularly important for :
Author of this presentation, had at the beginning of research of history of “Royal Yugoslav Academic Aero Club” (R.Y.A.A.C.) encountered some strange and hard to understand explanations.
Some people, very renowned in flight society tried to convince that “Royal Yugoslav
Academic Aero Club” (R.Y.A.A.C.) was not important and marginally, that it was just
one section of Aero-
But, if you read this presentation carefully, with all of this historical facts,
it is so clear, that “Royal Yugoslav Academic Aero Club” was created as new, independent
Facts that support this theory are evidence that club received funds from Aero-
Likewise, the highest states structures did help with funds and verbal support for creation of “Royal Yugoslav Academic Aero Club”
All of that lead to just one conclusion: “Royal Yugoslav Academic Aero Club” was absolutely independent aero club, and beside Aero Club “Nasa Krila”, “Royal Yugoslav Academic Aero Club” was the second official Aero Club in Kingdom Yugoslavia.
It is really hard to understand, why do some people negate and reject to admit existence of another one aero club in Kingdom Yugoslavia.
If you are interested in the history of our aviation there is nowhere in the literacy
some article, where you can read about existence of two aero clubs in Kingdom Yugoslavia.
The only one Aero Club mentioned in the books and other media is Aero-
As author of this presentation, I do really think that it was done mistakenly by our historian who wrote about Yugoslav’s aviation after II world war.
To make this presentation and gather all of this facts, I spent a lot of time, energy and funds. And after a while, I can stand for, that in Kingdom Yugoslavia, there were two are clubs, and creation of second aero club, “Royal Yugoslav Academic Aero Club”, was done by leading people in Kingdom Yugoslavia: professors from Universities, politicians, engineers, fans, and eventually royals court stood behind it!
Looking by historical side, Aero-
But everything other, in terms of sports aviation, sports events and training of sport pilots, was in charge of “Royal Yugoslav Academic Aero Club”.
At the end, I want to express my gratitude to doyens of “Royal Yugoslav Academic Aero Club”, and their help to assembly this material, and want to say thanks to all of those progressive people who supported technology prosperity of our country Serbia, in the past as well as in these days.
Zahvaljujem se doajenima J.K.A.A-
B. Cijan AIR GLIDING 1940 year.
Mr Božidar Marjanović