Ryanair to launch flights from Niš to Greece

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Low cost carrier Ryanair will commence operations from Niš to the island of Corfu this summer season. Flights will operate twice per week, each Wednesday and Sunday, starting July 4. Corfu become Niš’s first destination in Greece. Serbian nationals are permitted entry into Greece. Those vaccinated against Covid-19 do not require any additional procedures, while those that have not received the jab must be in possession of a negative PCR test. Further flight details can be found here.

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  1. Sjajna vest, video sam i lično na aplikaciji pre nekih pola sata i vremena poletanja i sletanja su odlična, povratna karta 68 e sa malim ručnim prtljagom

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  2. Anonymous12:12

    Nis-Budapest please!!! :D

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  3. Anonymous13:56

    Niš - Podgorica ?
    Niš - Tivat ?

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    1. Anonymous14:00

      Air Serbia resumes Nis-Tivat in June.

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    2. Good news for INI. But from FR, I would expect a bit longer flight, to Crete or Rhodes.
      Corfu is very close, it will be some 45 minutes flight time, one hour block. And frankly speaking, would like to see FR operating ZAG-DBV, soon, similar lenght

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    3. Anonymous15:20

      The difference here is that you need to cross 2 borders to go from Nis to Corfu, plus 8hr drive, plus ferry.

      ZAG-DBV by car is about 6h today and will be even less and without any borders once the bridge is built.

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    4. Anonymous15:36

      It will be used from Belgrade and the rest of Serbia, too.

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    5. Anonymous15:56

      I think they are avoiding HER because there is too much competition from BEG with three airlines operating flights.

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  4. Awesome news for INI

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  5. Anonymous16:57

    I hope they add more flights from INI. I know why are they not touching BEG, but hopefully that will change.

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    1. Anonymous17:05

      Would be great if they add more INI flights. Maybe Chania

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    2. Anonymous17:48

      Why they don't touch BEG?

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    3. Anonymous18:20

      Because JU has reformed itself to compete more efficiently against LCCs so they would be facing them and W6. Too much competition. Easier to stick to INI.

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    4. Anonymous19:49

      BEG also has Easyjet, Eurowings and couple of smaller LCCs. Too much competition for a market size.

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