Serbia has become the 25th country to be included in the grid of the international bus lines of the European startup FlixBus. In Serbia, the European bus transport company is going to operate together with Fudeks, as its regional partner.
Thanks to the existing Fudeks international lines, the passengers using FilxBus will be able to travel to 1,200 destinations in 24 European countries.
– This is our first step in Serbia and we are relying on 21 years of experience of our regional partner Fudeks, which meets FlixBus’ high criteria, bus quality standards, and safety requirements – said Darko Jus, Managing Director of FlixBus CEE.
He also added: “Although, we won’t be providing full service in line with the FlixBus standards in these initial stages of cooperation with our partner, passengers will still benefit from a wide network of lines that have been made available to them, from quality buses to online ticket purchase at affordable prices across our network”.
In addition to Belgrade, FlixBus will commute to Veliko Gradiste, Negotin, Svilajnac, Novi Sad and Pozarevac. All the available destinations, schedules and price lists can be found on FlixBus‘ web page. The tickets are available for purchase on the website and via a mobile app, and a list of sales outlets throughout Serbia will be revealed soon.
– By entering this extensive network of FlixBus lines, and thanks to the through mutual cooperation, we have secured the two-way connection between Serbia and the rest of Europe. Furthermore, the FlixBus platform enables our passengers to use new online ticket purchase channels. We welcome all the new passengers whom we have brought closer to Serbia in this way, enabling a multitude of combinations of traveling and connecting destinations – stated Srdjan Draca, director of the leasing sector of Fudeks.
In addition to initiating the cooperation with its regional partner, FlixBus has also opened an office in Belgrade, which currently has 4 permanent employees.
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