Air Serbia and Wizz Air have set April 13 as a tentative date for resumption of flights from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, which has been closed for commercial operations since last week to curb the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Both airlines have begun selling tickets for flights commencing in three weeks’ time. Additional adjustments remain highly possible, pending on travel restrictions and traffic demand, EX-YU Aviation News reports.
Air Serbia has today launched rescue flights to Moscow and Doha for stranded Serbian passengers, while foreign carriers, among which are Montenegro Airlines, Aegean Airlines, Air France and LOT Polish Airlines, have also been deploying aircraft to Belgrade to repatriate their own citizens. Furthermore, the Serbian airline is expected to launch a flight to the United States in the coming days.
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Foreign airlines have tentatively scheduled the resumption of their flights to Belgrade. According to existing schedules, Turkish Airlines, which will suspend most operations as of this Friday, but plans to return to the Serbian capital and other airports across the world on April 17.
Etihad Airways will resume daily flights to Serbia on April 30, Flydubai on May 22 with seven weekly flights, while, at this point, Qatar Airways plans to make a comeback on June 1, initially with four instead of seven weekly flights, increasing to ten a week from July 1.
(Vesti Online, 23.03.2020)
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