Source: Beta | Monday, 11.01.2016.| 14:06
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Nikola Tesla Airport launches two new direct services to Warsaw and Moscow

(Photo: Teodora Brnjoš)
Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade announced today that two new carriers started operating direct flights from that airport to Warsaw and Moscow in the first days of 2016.

The Polish flag carrier LOT launched a service between Belgrade and Warsaw on January 2nd. During the winter season, this airline will operate four flights a week (Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday). Passengers will be transported by either Embraer E-170 or Embraer E-175 aircraft that can carry between 70 and 82 passengers.

Russia's Ural Airlines established a weekly service between Belgrade and Moscow's Domodedovo Airport on 3 January 2016.

During the winter season, as of January 20th, this Russian carrier will operate flights on Wednesday and Sunday using Airbus A321 that can carry up to 220 passengers.

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