Air Serbia schedules Kraljevo service

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Air Serbia has scheduled its flights from Kraljevo to Vienna, which are due to launch on December 17. The service will be initially maintained twice per week, each Tuesday and Friday, before increasing to three weekly at the start of the 2020 summer season. Flights will run with the ATR72 turboprop aircraft. Tickets are currently on sale through Air Serbia’s call centre and tour operators, while online sales are expected to begin in the coming period. Air Serbia’s CEO, Duncan Naysmith, said, “Air Serbia will expand its offer with flights from Kraljevo. Morava Airport will become our third home airport in Serbia, and it will be intended primarily for passengers from Western Serbia and the Šumadija region. After the launch of the Vienna flights, passengers can also expect the introduction of regular services to Greece. All of those who wish to travel from Morava Airport can expect traditionally good service at affordable prices”. The carrier is set to introduce seasonal two weekly flights between Kraljevo and Thessaloniki next summer. The new routes will be subsidised by the Serbian government, after Air Serbia was the sole bidder to operate the public service obligation flights.

Further details for the new Kraljevo - Vienna service can be found here.

Comments

  1. Anonymous09:32

    So will they ferry the flights from Belgrade to Kraljevo?

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    1. Anonymous10:25

      Does this schedule make any sense at all in terms of aircraft usage and cost management?

      Why not
      Beg-vie-kvo-vie-beg 2-3pw
      And
      Beg-skg-kvo-skg-beg 2pw in summer?

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    2. Anonymous10:26

      That would make sense in theory but not in practice as it wouldn't fit in the waves to offer connections. Seems like the plane will be ferried to KVO and will return to BEG just in time to do a regional rotation like SJJ at 13.50

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    3. Anonymous10:36

      I think it's more about the slots in Vienna

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    4. Anonymous11:08

      I don't think these times are a problem because the plane arrives at a time when Austrian, Lauda and Wizz have left. It's just before the morning rush hour. That said we are going to have two JU planes in VIE at the same time. :D

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  2. Anonymous09:54

    Schedule is quite good.

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    1. Anonymous10:34

      Not really ... Saturday is not a peak travel day at all

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    2. Anonymous10:37

      Their competition are bus companies from Rashka, I highly doubt they care that much about schedule.

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  3. Anonymous10:41

    I am just wondering what happens with the subsidies for not executed flights (first two weeks in december and there should be three flights per week and not two).

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  4. Anonymous10:56

    WHy can't these flight be booked on Air Serbia site?

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    1. Anonymous11:12

      It is explained in the article.

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    2. Anonymous11:41

      It cannot be booked, because "online sales are expected to begin in the coming period"

      Digitalisation at its best. The cheapest sales channes later :D

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  5. Great to finally have a schedule, just a pity VIE-KVO is too early to make a connection from the North of Europe. Really just for local traffic. I hope they will change this - and I wish they'd also start to sell seats on BEG-KVO v.v. on the ferry flights! ;-)

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    1. Anonymous13:12

      +100000000000000

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  6. da, KVO-VIE od 79 e povratna karta, a wizz INI-VIE od 20 e povratna, još uvek je isplaivije ići za Niš, još iz Niša ima Ryanair INI-BTS gde se povratne mogu naći i za 15-20e, čak i da se uzme flixbus ili Slovaklines do Beča to je 10 e za povratnu kartu opet sve skupa 25 do 30 e u odnosu na 79 e iz Kraljeva

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    1. Anonymous15:09

      Ziva istina

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    2. Anonymous16:17

      Nadam se da si ironičan.

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    3. Anonymous17:00

      Визер из Беча за Ниш је јефтин јер се коље са Рајанером, у супротном те карте би биле знатно скупље. Баци мало поглед на карте из Ниша ка Малмеу или Дортмунду, ниси скупе али нису ни јефтине.

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    4. Anonymous22:14

      nema potrebe

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  7. Tuesday and friday or saturday??
    https://www.exyuaviation.com/p/air-serbia-kraljevo-vienna.html?m=1

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    1. Tuesday, Friday. Apologies, fixed.

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