Air France said on Wednesday it would resume Belgrade-Paris flights on May 16, initially three times a week, while from July 5 to August 29, there would be five flights a week.
The French airliner offers passengers flexible booking through its Protect Programme, i.e. reservations can be changed or refunded for all tickets purchased for flights until December 31, 2021,.
Passengers can change their reservation free of charge for any reason, receive a value voucher if they cancel the flight or a full refund if the flight is cancelled.
The company introduced protective measures in every phase of the trip, both at the airport and during the flights. It is mandatory to wear face masks from the entrance to the airport and during the flight, and HEPA filters are used in the planes.
The air in the cabins is cleaned every three minutes.
As many countries require passengers to have a negative PCR test, the Sky Team Alliance, of which Air France is one of the founders, has developed an interactive map of approved coronavirus testing centres.
The map is available on the airfrance.com website and is regularly updated, the company said.
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