Air Serbia flies to the Turkish coast again
Over the next two weeks, Air Serbia is planning to operate at least eight charter flights to the Turkish Antalya resort. The first national airline’s charter flight to Turkey was carried out on Sunday, 5 July, when 144 passengers travelled to this popular Mediterranean destination. The flights are operated by Airbus A319 and Boeing B737 aircraft with 144 seats.
"I am delighted that, in cooperation with our partners from the tourist agencies, we have recommenced charter flights. The coronavirus pandemic has affected this type of travel particularly severely. We know that there is great interest for charter flights, especially during the summer season, which is evidenced by the excellent results which Air Serbia had been reporting in this field year after year. We are fully at the disposal of our partners from tourist agencies in order to, in accordance with the current circumstances, organize charter flights to different destinations, and enable our passengers to have their well-earned vacations this summer again and reach their destinations safely and comfortably," stated Boško Rupić, Head of Trade and Corporate Sales at Air Serbia.
As early as today, on 7 July, the Serbian national airline’s aircraft will again operate flight to Antalya, while the next flights are planned for 9 July, and then 11, 15, 17, 18, and 19 July.