Flydubai further boosts Belgrade service

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Flydubai is adding additional departures to Belgrade in late April and early May during the Easter holidays in Serbia due to increased demand and is considering additional flights over the rest of summer. The airline, which currently maintains daily rotations between the two cities, will operate a second daily flight on April 30, May 8 and May 9. These flights depart Dubai at 19.55 and arrive at Nikola Tesla Airport at 23.50. The return service is scheduled for 00.50 the following day, with arrival at 08.10. Flydubai is expected to schedule Boeing 737 MAX on its Belgrade flights, with the airline preparing to return the grounded aircraft type into its fleet after UAE authorities cleared its return to the skies. Serbia has done the same.

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  1. Anonymous14:08

    What I like about BEG is that it has a lot of late night departures. Shame that because of covid they are almost all gone. I am sure by the grace of God they will be back soon.

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    1. Anonymous14:27

      More likely it will be by the grace of vaccination

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    2. Anonymous14:35

      Actually these key markets were open to Sebs even before vaccines. Only Georgia opened its doors to those who are vaccinated.

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    3. Anonymous14:37

      Seychelles too.

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    4. Anonymous14:41

      Really about Seychelles? Our MFA website says that we can't go in with or without vaccines.

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    5. Anonymous14:44

      Yes really. Everyone two weeks after receiving second dose can enter Seychelles without any restrictions. MFA website is full of mistakes and wrong info including no entry requirments for Oman which does not even allow most of its own citizens to enter the country.

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    6. Anonymous14:48

      Do FZ and QR fly to Seychelles? Are tour operators selling packages from Serbia?

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    7. Anonymous14:52

      QR does and Emirates from Dubai so you can go with Flydubai. I haven't seen packages to the Seychelles. I assume most don't even know about this vaccination entry policy which they started last month.

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    8. Anonymous14:54

      Just looked online and there are packages. Not that expensive, from €1.200.

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    9. Anonymous15:49

      Very cheap

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  2. Anonymous14:57

    So basically it'll have a similar schedule as JU's AUH service.

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    1. Anonymous14:58

      Kind of , JU used to depart at 23.15.

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  3. Anonymous19:27

    Crazy to think BEG had double the flights of BUD.

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