Serbia and Morocco finalise air agreement

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Serbia and Morocco have concluded a new Air Service Agreement (ASA) in order to better regulate air traffic between their two countries and facilitate for Royal Air Maroc to launch its planned service to Belgrade. The Serbian government approved the new agreement and has now referred it to parliament for approval before coming into effect. It will replace the current ASA inked between Yugoslavia and Morocco back in 1964. The Moroccan Ambassador to Serbia, Mohammed Amine Belhaj, confirmed that the kingdom's national carrier has expressed interest to introduce flights between Casablanca and the Serbian capital during the 2018 summer season. "The new flights will certainly increase the number of Serbian tourists visiting Morocco and vice versa. In addition to the launch of this service, we are exploring the possibility of charter flights with Serbian tour operators. There is demand from both sides", Mr Belhaj said.

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  1. Wow so these flights might actually happen? That means BEG will be linked to three African countries: Egypt, Tunis and Morocco.

    Interesting. Very interesting times ahead especially since Morocco was always popular among Serbs.

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    1. *Tunisia. Tunis is the capital :)

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  2. This flights can work only if they abolish visas for Serbian travelers!

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    1. I am sure that's the next step.

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    2. please think of macedonian travellers as well :D #visa

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    3. Visas are abolished for bg and ro so no reason why not sr and mk

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  3. Let's hope the flights won't be operated by the plane in the picture. :D
    That would be one long flight on the Embraer.

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    1. 3:30h on an EMB190? No problem, more legroom and newer aircraft than their 737s. My only question is whether such a long stretch with 98-100 seats if full, is commercially viable?

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    2. Actually their B738 and E90 have the same legroom, that is 32'.

      The B737-700 has either 30' or 32' depending on the configuration.

      For comparison's sake, Air Serbia has 30' on its Airbus fleet.

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  4. Would be nice if they schedule their flights in such a way so that we can fly to Brazil with them. They have the Dreamliner now. :)

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    1. Yes they fly to Rio if an not mistaken. Good option to stopover in the almost half way to south America 7-8h- 4hto Beg.

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