ASL France terminates Belgrade service

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ASL Airlines France has discontinued its seasonal flights between Paris Charles de Gaulle and Belgrade with no plans to resume the service in 2020. The airline faced stiff competition on the route, with Air France announcing the launch of daily flights to the Serbian capital just days after ASL. Furthermore, Air Serbia maintains a double daily service between the two cities over the summer. ASL operated two weekly flights to Belgrade between June 24 and September 5 last year with its Boeing 737-700 aircraft.

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  1. Anonymous15:01

    Expected. 2 weekly stood no chance on this route.

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  2. Anonymous08:29

    Good riddance.

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  3. Anonymous08:30

    They should move to Zagreb.

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  4. Anonymous08:31

    Someone should launch Orly.

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  5. Anonymous10:43

    There was never enough volume on Belgrade-Paris to sustain 4 airlines.

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