Air Serbia to launch new Banja Luka charters

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Air Serbia's dedicated charter brand Aviolet and tour operator KonTiki Travel will introduce new charter flights between Banja Luka and Athens next summer season. Services will run between June 20 and September 8, 2019. It comes following the successful partnership between the two companies this year, which saw Aviolet run leisure flights between Banja Luka and Antalya in Turkey, which are set to resume next summer season. Banja Luka Airport's General Manager, Duško Kovačević, recently said, "Next year we will certainly have charters to Turkey again, while Greece is being seriously considered". Air Serbia carried 1.246 passengers on nine return flights between Banja Luka and Antalya this year, out of a total of 1.296 seats offered between the two cities.

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  1. Those are very good loads for Antalya. Smart way to make some $$$.

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  2. This is a smart move especially since JU ran ATH charters this summer.

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    1. And mostly with A319. I was presently surprised when I realized that my charter is going to be with the main brand.

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  3. I would like to see Corfu from BNX as summer charter

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  4. Can the Aviolet make it to Tenerifa or Gran Kanarija ¿

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  5. Smart move. ATH is a market which will work greatly from Republika.

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  6. 2 weekly flts to TIV...will be smart move for JU.

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    1. Why should YM profit from flying to Srpska? Didn't they fire all those Serbs from the company some years ago?

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  7. Тhis is great and I am happy JU is expanding in BNX. Better for a Serbian company to earn this cash than a German or a British one. Same with the Croatian coast. It's a great loss for the Croatian economy that OU was more or less replaced on the coast. This is what Balkan nations must understand, economy should stay in local hands.

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