During the summer season of 2021, Air Serbia plans to operate more than 800 charter flights to popular destinations in Turkey, Egypt, Greece and Tunisia, in cooperation with domestic travel agencies. The national airline will open the summer charter season during Easter and 1 May holidays, with flights to popular Egyptian destinations, Hurghada and Sharm El-Sheikh.
Air Serbia's charter flights to Turkey will be primarily organized toward the Antalya region, but there are also plans for Bodrum and Dalaman on the Aegean coast. When it comes to Egypt, flights to Hurghada will be operated on a larger scale, with slightly smaller number of flights to Sharm El-Sheikh. As for Greece, passengers can expect travel arrangements with direct charter flights to Rhodes, Crete, Skiathos, Corfu, Kefalonia, Zakynthos and other popular destinations.
“We are glad that we are able to organize charter flights to different destinations, in order to offer our passengers the option to safely and comfortably have their well-earned vacation this summer. Even though the travel restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic are still present, together with our partners, travel agencies, we are trying to provide the best possible selection of destinations to our passengers. We are convinced that this season will be better than the previous one, because unlike last year, we will have access to destinations which are traditionally interesting to our tourists, such as Greece,” said Boško Rupić, Head of Trade and Corporate Sales, Air Serbia.
During the summer charter season of 2020, in the period from 5 July to the end of October, Air Serbia carried out 299 round trip flights to popular tourist destinations in Turkey, Egypt and Greece. The Turkish coast represented the most popular destination with 189 return flights, followed by Egypt with 108, while only two round trip flights to Greece had been operated, due to the introduction of travel restrictions.
More information about the activities of the Serbian national airline can be found on the Air Serbia Media Centre web page.