The air line to Serbia, more precisely, Belgrade and Nis, from the Salzburg airport will be resumed in July.
As the Salzburg airport announced, the new partner, Wizz Air, will fly from Salzburg to six destinations from July, and Luxor, Eurowings, Lufthansa, British Airways, Turkish Airlines, Ryanair and Air Serbia will resume their flights.
Beginning with June 21, the company will resume its flights to Hamburg as well.
From late June, Ryanair will also resume its flights to Palma de Mallorca, and from July 3 it will also start flying to London, as will the British Airways.
From July, the Turkish Airlines will resume its flights to Istanbul, and it will introduce flights to Ordu-Giresun on the Black Sea at the end of this month.
Air Serbia is resuming its line from Salzburg to Nis in July, as announced by the Salzburg airport. Also, Wizz Air will start flying to Belgrade in July.
Wizz Air will also fly from Salzburg to Tuzla, Skopje, Bucharest, Kiev and Larnaca.
By mid-September, Luxor will also have two flights a week to Luxembourg.
On the other hand, the Salzburg airport is saying goodbye to the Austrian national airline carrier AUA, which will discontinue the flight from Vienna to Salzburg after 60 years.
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