When it comes to air traffic, the citizens of Serbia will as of this summer be offered many new flights to destinations in Europe and around the world. As of April, it will be possible to travel to Eindhoven, Munich, Goteborg and Forli for less than EUR 100. As of summer, after nearly 20 years, it will be possible to travel across the ocean on a direct flight.
According to announcements, Hungarian Wizz Air will be operating two flights a week to Eindhoven as of April 1, while the flights to Munich and Stockholm will be introduced on April 3. A new company in Serbian sky is Eagles Airlines, a low-cost airline from Italy, which will be operating flights from Belgrade to Forli and back twice a week, on Wednesday and Saturday, in the period April 13 - October 29. Croatia Airlines will be operating flights between Belgrade and Dubrovnik twice a week, on Monday and Wednesday, between June 20 and September 7.
As far as charter flights are concerned, the U.S. airline Ryan International Airways is interested in operating Belgrade-Chicago flights, via Toronto, in the period June 3 - October 29. The company that has already obtained a permit for charter flights in the summer flying schedule, which starts on March 31, is Nesma Airlines from Egypt.
It will be operating Hurghada-Belgrade-Hurghada flights every Monday and Friday between April 18 and November 4, and a permit has also been granted to Lotus Air from Egypt, which will be flying on the same route every Monday and Thursday between May 23 and October 31 and from Sharm el Sheik to Belgrade every Tuesday and Friday between June 10 and September 23.