Source: eKapija | Friday, 25.08.2017.| 11:21
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Lufthansa flies from Serbia for 50 years (PHOTO)

With Lufthansa aircraft landing on LH1406 flight to Belgrade, 50th anniversary of continuous presence of Lufthansa in Serbia was celebrated, and a special event was organized on the occasion in cooperation with Nikola Tesla Beograd Airport.

According to Lufthansa group, jubilee flight was carried out by Airbus A321 which flew from Frankfurt at 10.20 am and to Belgrade at 12.05. The aircraft is retro branded, and the Lufthansa crew was attending the event in retro uniforms. Passengers who arrived from Frankfurt, as well as passengers leaving to Frankfurt with LH1407 flight, received symbolic gifts.

Lufthansa Boeing 727 Kiel first landed in Belgrade on a regular line from Frankfurt August 26, 1967. During that period, this airline also opened another destination in the former Yugoslavia, Zagreb, where it also celebrates 50 years of flying this week. Lufthansa opened a local office in Belgrade already in 1966, it was added in the announcement.

Currently, the Lufthansa Group has 63 flights a week from Serbia. Lufthansa offers 27 flights a week from Belgrade to Munich and Frankfurt, Austrian Airlines has 18 flights a week between capitals of these two countries, SWISS currently has 14 weekly flights between Belgrade and Zurich, as well as two flights a week from Nis, and Eurowings also has two flights a week between Belgrade and Stuttgart.

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