Red Wings eyes additional Belgrade flights

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Russian carrier Red Wings Airlines has received approval from the country's federal aviation authority Rosaviatsia to increase frequencies between Moscow Domodedovo Airport and Belgrade, upon its request. The airline has been granted rights to run up to seven weekly services between the two cities. In the summer of 2019, it maintained four weekly flights. The airline itself can now choose whether it will exercise these rights. Last month, Nordwind Airlines received approval to commence services between the Russian and Serbian capital cities this summer season.

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  1. Russians seems to have fallen in love with Serbia.

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  2. Carriers such as Nordwing or Red Wings directly brings more tourists to Serbia.

    Russian arrivals

    November: 4.703 or 59% more
    Jan-Nov: 60.466 or 28% more

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  3. Without a doubt 2020 will be a really great year for BEG! Hopefully Nordwind comes in the end. So if WZ goes daily that means are going to have close to 5 daily flights to Moscow?! That's more than most European cities out there.

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    1. I think a lot of these Russians are using Belavia. They seem to be sending bigger and bigger planes to Belgrade.

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  4. Can't wait to see what they do in the end, they are always taking so long to load flights. Last winter they did it less than two months before they started flying.

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