Monday, May 9, 2016

Niš Airport secures Russia charters


RusLine Air will operate twelve charter flights from Kaluga in western Russia to Niš Constantine the Great Airport this summer season. Services will run from June 19 until September 4 with a mix of Bombardier CRJ100 and -200 aircraft, which have the capacity to seat fifty passengers. The flights will cater for Russian tourists. Niš Airport handled 20.388 passengers during the first four months of the year. This summer, Wizz Air will launch its third destination from the city, while Ryanair will introduce services in September.


  1. I am always happy when Nis gets some extra movement. I hope that in the future these charter flights become scheduled ones.

  2. Nice, healthy organic growth for Nis. Well done!


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