Considering the recent developments with the coronavirus epidemic in Italy, Air Serbia has decided to further reorganize its operations to this country in the coming period and to adjust it in line with the new circumstances.
As of Monday, 9 March, 2020, Air Serbia will temporarily suspend its flights – from Niš and Bologna and from Niš to Rome until the end of March.
“We have made this decision with the consent of the relevant authorities, and passengers who have purchased tickets for these two routes will be offered an exchange for the same destinations at a later date, exchange for a ticket for other destinations to which Air Serbia operates from Niš or from Belgrade, or to be refunded. The Air Serbia Call Centre will contact all passengers who have purchased tickets for these two flights during March,” Air Serbia’s press release says.
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Also, Air Serbia has decided to partially reduce the frequency of certain flights from the Belgrade airport to destinations in Italy.
Certain flights to Venice will be cancelled in the coming period (11, 25, 30 March and 6 and 27 April), and to Milan (12, 16, 17, 19, 24 and 26 March; all flights on Tuesdays during April except 14 April; all flights on Thursdays during April except 9 April).
Air Serbia will continue to fly regularly without changes from Belgrade and Rome.
(Juzne Vesti, 09.03.2020)
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