- EasyJet will continue to operate Belgrade-Milan flights until March 27 and then cancel all such flights - said people at that airline.
This decision is justified by their business policy aimed at developing the flight network in line with the best interests of the company and passengers, which means they're focused on maintaining and developing popular services.
People at this airline also said they would continue to operate Belgrade-Geneva flights over the summer.
EasyJet started flying from Serbia on 19 April 2013. It first operated Belgrade-Milan flights only and then introduced the Belgrade-Geneva service on 24 January 2014.
This British carrier has a fleet of over 200 airplanes transporting more than 65 million passengers every year to 130 airports in 32 countries.