Air Serbia to launch new Niš charters

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Air Serbia will commence a new charter service from Niš Constantine the Great Airport to Antalya in Turkey this summer. Flights are expected to start on June 19 and run once every ten days until late September. Services will be maintained by the Airbus A319 aircraft. It will mark the first time in eight years the two cities have been linked with a nonstop air service, according to the "Fly from Niš" portal.

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  1. Anonymous10:39

    Браво Србија - браво Ниш!

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  2. Anonymous10:41

    How many of those PSO routes are they resuming this year?

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    1. Anonymous12:16

      depends on covid

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    2. Anonymous16:35

      BUD should come back! :D I've already asked here many times, but I didn't get any answer so far: After BUD was cancelled from the PSO routes, did Air Serbia get all the money (meaning it was originally planned this way) or by cancelling this route, they saved some money for the tax payers?

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    3. Anonymous19:14

      The government didn't pay JU out immediately. PSO is supposed to be paid in installments. They didn't get the €5 million all at once.

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    4. Anonymous20:19

      BUD was the most stupid route out-there.

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    5. If something needs to be restarted from INI, it's LJU, once situation is back to normal, definitely not BUD

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    6. Anonymous22:59

      I think LJU will be back but I have a feeling as a summer seasonal destination.

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  3. Anonymous10:47

    This is great news, I am sure it will do well as there is definitely demand from the wider region.

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  4. Anonymous20:25

    Once again, this has nothing to do with AS, one touroperator (pretty strong in south of serbia) decided to try with this since most of their pax came from Nis to Beg in previous years for Antalya holidays. And plus biggest serbian radio station is now co-owner of that agency so they have free marketing all day.

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    1. Anonymous20:27

      Well it has to do with JU (AS is Alaska Airlines) because JU has been chosen as the operator for these flights.

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  5. Anonymous09:17

    Ove čartere zakupila je Niška agencija Barcino koja zaposlenima duguje plate od septembra, moguće da će se ovi letovi otkazati

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    1. Anonymous10:56

      А која агенција тренутно не дугује неке плате својим запосленима? Барем их није отпустила. Друго, једини начин да се опораве агенције је да народ крене да купује аранжмане.

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  6. Will flights to Bologna return this summer?

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