Air Serbia has taken delivery of its sixth ATR72-600 aircraft in Belgrade (pictured), which is expected to alleviate recent delays and flight cancellations resulting from a fleet shortage. The aircraft, which was originally to be delivered last month but was held up due to a lack of spare parts on the market, is expected to enter commercial service in early July. The turboprop is nine years old and was previously operated by Aer Lingus Regional. It has been registered YU-ASB. The carrier’s seventh ATR72-600, from the GOAL leasing company, is expected to be delivered in August. The average age of the airline’s turboprop fleet is now eight years.