From Nis and Kraljevo to Tivat and Thessaloniki: Air Serbia taking off with “summer” flights
Air Serbia planes will start flying on the seasonal routes Nis-Tivat and Nis-Athens from Wednesday, the national airline announced.
The planes will fly twice a week, on Wednesdays and Sundays, on the new route between the airports “Constantine the Great” in Nis and “Eleftherios Venizelos” in Athens.
The planes on the seasonal route between Nis and Tivat, which was established last summer as well, will also fly twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Air Serbia has launched flights from Kraljevo to Thessaloniki and Tivat.
“We are expanding the offer from the airports in Nis and Kraljevo, in order to make it easier for passengers from the region of southern and western Serbia and Sumadija to go on vacation to popular summer destinations in Montenegro and Greece.”
With the establishment of air traffic from Nis and Kraljevo to Tivat, this coastal town is becoming a destination to which one will be able to fly from all three airports in Serbia.
This significantly strengthens Serbia’s ties with Montenegro during the summer season, said Bosko Rupic, Air Serbia’s Director of Commercial Affairs and Strategy.
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