Air Serbia to open summer charter season with flights to Hurghada
Air Serbia is opening the summer charter season for 2021 with a total of seven round trip flights between Belgrade and Hurghada, which will be operated until 8 May, during Easter and International Workers’ Day holidays. The national airline will operate the flights using Airbus A319 airplanes, each with a 144 seat configuration.
"It is our pleasure that, together with our partners, travel agencies, we can start the recommencement of charter flights, for which there is traditionally great interest from passengers. We are glad that, during this spring and summer, we can again enable them to travel to their vacations safely and comfortably. We are certain that this season will be better than the last one, having in mind that passengers will have access to a broader range of destinations," said Boško Rupić, Head of Trade and Corporate Sales, Air Serbia.
During the summer season of 2021, Air Serbia, in cooperation with domestic travel agencies, plans to operate more than 800 charter flights to popular destinations in Turkey, Egypt, Greece and Tunisia.
Charter flights to Turkey will be primarily organized toward the Antalya region, but there are also plans for Bodrum and Dalaman on the Aegean coast. When it comes to Egypt, flights to Hurghada will be operated on a larger scale, with slightly smaller number of flights to Sharm El-Sheikh. As for Greece, passengers can expect travel arrangements with direct charter flights to Rhodes, Crete, Skiathos, Corfu, Kefalonia, and other popular destinations.
More information about the activities of the Serbian national airline can be found on the Air Serbia Media Centre web page.