France’s low-cost air carrier ASL Airlines landed its first plane on the Paris-Belgrade route at Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport on Monday, June 24, at 8.40 pm. From now until September 5th, 2019, the airline will fly between Paris and Belgrade twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays.
By launching the new flight between Belgrade and Paris, ASL Airlines France wants to help maintain and boost the economic, cultural and tourism exchange between Serbia and France.
The ticket prices start at EUR 69.
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All the passengers on the first flight were welcomed with a cocktail before the boarding, and they are also eligible for a discount of 10% for the next ticket.
Departures from Paris are scheduled for 6.20 pm, whereas flights from Belgrade start at 9.40 pm, local time.
The airline sells one-way and return tickets, tickets for travelling with or without luggage, changeable or unchangeable reservations, refundable and non-refundable tickets. All these options can be combined, and there’s a possibility of travelling in one direction at one tariff and then travelling back at another.
ASL uses Boeing 737-700 planes with a capacity of 147 seats on the Belgrade-Paris flight, ASL Airlines France says in its press release.
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