The British airline EasyJet has announced the timetable and the resumption of air traffic on 15 June, when the air carrier’s planes will depart from a dozen British airports to 12 destinations in Spain, Portugal, Switzerland and France.
EasyJet will start flying to more destinations and countries from July, when this company is also expected to fly to Belgrade and the entire region, reports Aviatica.
According to the schedule, the first EasyJet plane will land at Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport from Geneva on July 1 at 8:55 am.
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Later the same day, around 12:30, another EasyJet plane will arrive from Berlin, while the plane from Basel will land the next day, July 2, arriving in Belgrade at 19:10.
EasyJet will fly three times a week to Geneva (Monday, Wednesday and Friday), Basel (Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday instead of Saturday) and four times to Berlin (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday) from Belgrade airport.
The air carrier will also resume flights to other cities in the region from July 1, namely to Ljubljana, Pula, Zadar, Split, Dubrovnik, Tivat and Pristina.
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