Air Serbia intends to add newer generation turboprop aircraft to its fleet next year, which as the EX-YU Aviation News portal learns, will be heavily dependent on market conditions, due to the fears that the new omicron variant of the coronavirus could derail air traffic recovery in 2022.
At this point, the airline is considering adding up to five aircraft, which would enable the carrier to strengthen its regional operations and improve passenger experience and comfort. Air Serbia had initially intended to renew its turboprop fleet last year but was forced to cancel such plans as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the portal writes.
Air Serbia’s regional fleet currently consists of five turboprops, including three ATR72-200s, all of which are 31 years old, and two ATR72-500s, which are 23 and 24 years old respectively, EX-YU Aviation News adds.
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