Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Air Vallée begins EX-YU flights

Soon in Belgrade and Split
The Italian based Air Vallée will commence flights from Federico Fellini Airport in Rimini to Belgrade and Split this July. Rimini is located in Italy’s North East on the Adriatic coast and is some 16 kilometers away from San Marino. Air Vallée will operate two weekly flights to Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport starting July 18. The service to Split will have the same frequency, however, flights commence earlier, on July 04. Tickets are available for booking via the airline’s website. All flights will be operated by the 34 seat Dornier 328JET. Flight details can be found in the “new route launches” section on the right hand side.

Rimini will become the fourth Italian city to be served from Belgrade as Alitalia operates flights to Rome, while Jat Airways connects Belgrade with Rome, Milan and Trieste. From Split, Croatia Airlines offers regular flights to Rome, while seasonal flights are provided by Dubrovnik Airline, easyJet and Lufthansa to Rome and Milan.

Special thanks go to “Aviazione Civile” for providing this news.


  1. Welcome Air Vallee! :D
    BTW-what happened to WindJets Palermo-Belgrade flight?

  2. http://www.dnevniavaz.ba/dogadjaji/panorame/5892-Tokom-turistike-sezone-Tuzle-avioni-letiti-Tursku-Egipat.html

    One for you

  3. I promised myself not to read Dnevni Avaz ever again, so I am gonan pass on this one :)

  4. WoW... amazing!! I am sure that it will be mostly charters, even though I hope it stays in winter!
    It sure would make a great city break opportunity. Maybe they could switch their flights to Friday evening to Sunday evening from the winter season?


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