Easy Jet launches direct Belgrade-Basel flights

Low-cost carrier EasyJet launched flights from Basel in Switzerland to Serbian capital Belgrade on Tuesday – the flight schedule data on the company’s website shows.

There will be three flights a week – on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays – and tickets are available also for the winter season.

EasyJet will use Airbus A319 with a capacity of 156 passengers on this flight – the information from the corporate website of EasyJet shows.

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EasyJet also operates flights to Geneva from Belgrade.

In South Eastern Europe (SEE), EasyJet also operates flights to Slovenia’s Ljubljana, Kosovo’s Pristina, Montenegro’s Tivat, Bulgaria’s Sofia and Varna, as well as Croatia’s Pula, Split, Dubrovnik and Zadar.

Speaking at a press conference in the Serbian capital, easyJet’s Head of Marketing for Central Europe, Silvia Herrero, said, “We are excited to launch two new routes from Belgrade. We are certain that these new services to Basel and Berlin will be very popular with passengers from Belgrade and will cater for the arrival of a large number of tourists to Serbia, which will further aid the local economy. As Europe’s leading airline, we are delighted to be adding these two new routes to further improve Belgrade’s destination network. We believe that these new flights, in addition to the existing ones, will be popular, providing us with long-term stability on the market, and offering passenger a greater number of destinations at affordable prices”.

EasyJet has 23 bases in Europe, employing more than 8,000 people. Among them are about 2,000 pilots and over 4.500 crew members. EasyJet has over six hundred routes, and flies to 134 destinations – including Morocco, Egypt, Israel, Russia.

They mainly use main airports in the countries where they fly – and so in Serbia, they fly from Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla airport.

(Gde Investirati, 31.07.2018)


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