Thursday, July 13, 2017

Iran's Qeshm Air launches Belgrade charters

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Iranian carrier Qeshm Air will today commence charter flights between Tehran and Belgrade, which will be maintained once per week, each Thursday, until September 7, followed by an additional service on September 21. Flights will operate with a 156-seat Airbus A320 aircraft and will cater for Iranian tourists visiting Serbia. The head of the National Tourism Organisation of Serbia, Marija Labović, said, "The largest Iranian tour operator, Iran Markaz, has included Serbia in its offer. Iranians are travelling more and more and since last year have shown interest in our country,. As a result, we have begun promotional activities on this market". Previously, the Iranian government said it was working towards establishing scheduled flights to Belgrade.

13 comments:

  1. Lepe vesti, ali i jedna ispravka : letovi će ići na svake dve nedelje, na beg.aero nije jasno prikazano.

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    1. Aranzmani traju 7 dana, dakle svake nedelje je let

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  2. BEG will record a sterling performance this year. Well done on a nice addition!

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    1. I agree and I have a feeling these flights will be extended, same as the Israeli ones.

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  3. Last year there were again charters from Iran. I don't see what is new here.

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    1. There weren't they were cancelled.

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    2. Last year there was only one promotional flight.

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  4. Some will not be happy.

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    1. We are already seeing that in the comments lol.

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  5. Wow what a great addition for BEG. I hope these will become regular flights pretty soon

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  6. "This is really bad"...
    "Enough with the flights to the Near/Middle East!"...
    "That airport should seek more flights to western Europe"...
    Oh, you mean it´s Belgrade, not Sarajevo? Well, well done, keep up the good work, great mgmt at BEG!....
    Happens every fricken time!

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    1. Belgrade is connected with basically every important European city. Sarajevo, on the other hand, is NOT. Your comparison is not valid

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    2. Not only that, Belgrade has links to many secondary cities as well. SJJ lacks direct flights to places like AMS, CDG, LON...

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