Airlines Air Serbia doubles charter flights
- Air Serbia
Serbia’s national Airline Air Serbia has announced plans to operate twice as many charter flights compared to the previous year.
All flights will be operated with Air Serbia’s charter brand Aviolet. During the upcoming period, Aviolet will be operating 140 more flights compared to the previous year, with 750 more flight hours. At the same time, after a three-year break, Aviolet will again be operating flights to Hurghada, a popular Egyptian summer vacation destination.
“During the vacation season, Air Serbia will be cooperating with tour operators from Serbia to operate flights toward the most popular Mediterranean destinations. After three years, we are today again offering flights to Hurghada. This summer, we will be operating ten Aviolet flights toward this popular summer vacation spot on the Red Sea,” said Duncan Naysmith, CEO of Air Serbia, adding: “This year, Air Serbia will have a significantly larger number of flights toward summer destinations on the coast of Turkey - Antalya, Dalaman and Bodrum.”
Aviolet operates a fleet of two Boeing 737-300 aircraft and plans to add additional capacity by using some of Air Serbia’s Airbus A319. The airline, which was founded in 2014, will connect Serbian airports with destinations in Italy, Spain, Greece and Turkey.
Air Serbia operates a fleet of 19 aircraft, including one leased Airbus A330-200 for long-haul operations to New York. Since 2013, Air Serbia and Etihad are cooperating in a strategic partnership as Etihad owns a 49% stake in Air Serbia.
Source © AirSerbia.com