Pilot Viktor Nikitin was buried at the Orthodox cemetery Zemun, September 15, 1933 with all the honors that belong to him as a respectable citizen, soldier, pilot and man. At the accident site, there is an evidence that slabs of the time and the names of people missing in the disaster.
=== Family ===
Yuri (George) was the only son after the death of his father. He graduated from high school in Zemun and then the 64th class of the Military Academy in Belgrade 1939, then served in the artillery.
After the collapse of the Yugoslav Royal Army in the April war access units WWII, and after the war, he served in the JNA armored units as well as active-duty officer. After the war, George had two sons, of whom the elder Alexander headed his grandfather's footsteps. He became a pilot who continued the tradition of a pre-war Aeroput which flew his grandfather Victor. For the 50-year anniversary of the first flight of Aeroput, on the Belgrade-Zagreb route, plane piloted by Alexander Nikitin, this has symbolically marked the anniversary.
Today, Nikitin family photo albums are kept at the Serbian National Aviation museum next to the Nikola Tesla airport in Belgrade.
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