The first aircraft, belonging to Air Serbia, took off from the Morava Airport in Ladjevci for Vienna at 11.55 am on December 17, the management of the Morava Airport confirmed for eKapija. A total of 70 passengers, a full capacity of the aircraft, headed for the capital of Austria.
ATR 72-500, which took off from Belgrade, was supposed to land at the Morava Airport at 7.55 am, but was delayed due to a thick fog.
The line to Vienna will be available throughout the year, twice a week in the winter and three times a week in the summer, whereas the line to Thessaloniki, which becomes available on March 10, 2020, will be seasonal, with two flights of week in the summer.
Let us remind that the national airline will maintain the service from Kraljevo to Vienna and Thessaloniki based on the results of the tender
for the provision of services of regular air transport on lines of public interest opened by the Government of Serbia.
Air Serbia will use the turboprop aircraft ATR-72 for flights to both destinations.
The construction of a new runway
has been announced for 2020.S. P.