Air Serbia is launching a new charter subsidiary called Aviolet. Along with a new image, the new company will get a new fleet comprised of 737-700 aircraft. Aviolet has already operated the first flights to Turkey. Aside from a greater comfort, passengers can also expect a much better service, said tour operators.
The new subsidiary will have three separate check-in counters in Terminal 1 at Nikola Tesla Airport for passengers flying to Turkey, Greece, Italy, Spain, and Egypt.
Tour operators are very satisfied with the fact that its fleet will consist of four airplanes and that all departures will be on time.
Aviolet will be serving a lunch package to its passengers on all charter flights. It will be include a sandwich, a bottle of water, and a fruit bar. People onboard the flight will also be able to buy additional food and drinks, picking from various menus available.
Every passenger can carry along for free a checked baggage and a hand luggage weighing up to 23 and 8 kilograms, respectively.
This year, Aviolet will be operating flights to Almeria, Antalya, Kefallinia, Chania, Corfu, Dalaman, Girona, Heraklion, Kos, Bodrum, Rhodes, Palma de Mallorca, Santorini, Skiathos, and Zakinthos.
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