On Tuesday, the Dutch airliner Transavia started flying directly from Amsterdam to Belgrade. The airliner will fly this destination three times a week – Belgrade airport Nikola Tesla has announced.
The spokesperson for Transavia, Anita Sunter said that the airliner has very affordable prices adding that the plan is to have more weekly flights from Amsterdam to Belgrade and vice versa in the future.
Director of the Commercial Affairs and Marketing Department at Nikola Tesla Airport, Miodrag Mirkovic says that both the airport and Transavia have the same goal and that is for as many passengers as possible to fly with this line.
The prices of tickets for the Belgrade-Amsterdam flight start at 39 EUR (the price includes reservation costs and fees, and depend on the availability of seats).
The Dutch budget airliner is a part of Air France-KLM Group which has been in the charter business for 50 years. The airliner currently flies to over 110 destinations in Europe and Northern Africa. It flies from seven European airports namely Amsterdam, Rotterdam / The Hague, Eindhoven, Paris, Nantes, Lion, and Munich.
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