Source: Aviatica | Sunday, 29.08.2021.| 15:31
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Russian Nordwind Gets Green Light for Two Regular Lines to Serbia?

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As Aviatica learns unofficially, the Russian airline company Nordwind Airlines (N4) got the green light for two regular lines from Saint Petersburg and Rostov-on-Don to Belgrade.

Nordwind has been operating the Moscow Sheremetyevo-Belgrade line for a long time now, but that line has only been approved as a charter flight which is not available in free sale in the Serbian market.

The two new lines from Belgrade to Saint Petersburg and Rostov have the permit for regular traffic and these flights are available since August 26 in the Serbian market through global reservation systems.

The line to Saint Petersburg was established earlier this year, but from September 1 it will be an official regular line in the new flight schedule, with one flight a week, on Wednesdays. The plan is for Nordwind to operate this line throughout the year, and the flight is already available for sale until March 2022.

The line to Rostov is planned from September 16 to the end of October and is meant to continue during the winter schedule as well. This line will also feature one flight a week, on Thursdays. Nordwind plans to maintain both lines with the Boeing 737-800 plane with 189 passenger seats in a single economic class.

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