Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, will increase the number of flights to Paris, Oslo and Larnaca in June. As the company announces, Air Serbia will be operating as many as 11 flights a week to Paris, nearly bringing the flight frequency back to the levels before the coronavirus pandemic.
Flights to the French capital will be operated every day, and on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, passengers will have access to two daily flights.
The flights to Paris were recommenced in June 2020, after a temporary suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic.
By adding another flight to Oslo, starting from June 20, Air Serbia will be operating flights to the main Gardermoen Airport, which is located only 49 kilometers from the Norwegian capital, three times a week, the press release says and adds that, starting from June 7, Air Serbia will be increasing the number of flights to Larnaca from four to five a week, by adding a new flight on Mondays.
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