Air Serbia boosts Turkey charter operations

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Air Serbia will have operated seventeen flights to Antalya and two flights to Bodrum this month and plans another twenty services to Antalya and three flights to Bodrum in August. The number of charter flights to the Turkish coast will total 55 round trips or 110 flights before the end of the current summer season. However, the number of summer charter operations are increasing from week to week, based on demand. “We are very glad that the summer charter flights have picked up to a certain degree, even in this season with travel restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. We are convinced that the great interest shown by passengers for vacationing in Turkey are the result of the fact that this country has not introduced restrictions for our fellow citizens. At the same time, I would like to underscore the continued sound cooperation with our partners from travel agencies, which is a key element of the success of this project”, Air Serbia’s Head of Trade and Corporate Sales, Boško Rupić, said. Charters to Turkey's most popular summer resorts will continue in September, when Air Serbia will operate another twelve flights to Antalya and one to Bodrum. All flights to Turkey are being run by Boeing B737 and Airbus A319 aircraft, with the capacity to seat 144 passengers.

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  1. Anonymous10:29

    Thats it .
    As others already mentioned Turkey is Air Serbias opportunity to make up for all the nasty travel bans to other places .
    Interesting that travel agencies are so important even at regular routes .
    Someone said Qatar works a lot with them, i wonder if ist the same with Etihad and FlyDubai ..?

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  2. Anonymous10:45

    Finally some good news

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  3. Anonymous11:09

    How many were last year?
    They should plan more, this is a golden opportunity! Now that many others this year..

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  4. Anonymous11:40

    Makes sense with Greece being closed.

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  5. Anonymous11:45

    Is there a schedule for the September flights?

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  6. Anonymous12:58

    Bravo Sırbistan!

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    1. Anonymous07:41

      It is Serbia

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    2. Anonymous10:12

      Used to be Servia in English before 1918:)

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  7. Anonymous14:55

    Is JU still flying from BNX to Turkey?
    Why didnt they start to fly aswell from INI?

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    1. Anonymous17:55

      No. Freebird is flying this year from the BNX.

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  8. Anonymous17:54

    Those are all charters. Demand and risk comes from tour operators not air aerbia. TO are all in very bad condition and we are trying to save what we can with Turkey and Egypt. Also Hurghada will start with charters Air Serbia. We(tour operators) already bought tickets for Air cairo flights but demand is enough to.add air serbia flight. Maybe even Sharm.

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