Zurich: Air Serbia announces Christmas flights to Nis

Airbus A319 (Photo: V1Images.com/Peterson Poon).
Airbus A319 (Photo: V1Images.com/Peterson Poon).

Zurich: Air Serbia announces Christmas flights to Nis

Airbus A319 (Photo: V1Images.com/Peterson Poon).
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The state airline Air Serbia is running temporary flights between Nis and Zurich in the 2022/23 winter flight schedule. This route is offered during the Christmas holidays and is primarily aimed at people living in Switzerland who want to spend the holidays in their home country.

Air Serbia will fly twice a week between December 17, 2022 and January 14, 2023 between the Swiss business metropolis of Zurich and Nis in Serbia. “We are very pleased to be able to offer our passengers a fast non-stop connection between Niš and Zurich during the New Year and Christmas holidays. In this way we ensure good connections between the largest Swiss city and the south of our country. At the moment, flights are seasonal, but depending on passenger demand, we will consider continuing them,” said Bojan Arandjelović, Head of Network Planning and Flight Scheduling at Air Serbia.

In the past two winter periods, the competitor Swiss had this route in its portfolio. Apparently this went quite well, so Air Serbia wants a piece of the cake. However, there are currently no plans for a permanent establishment of Air Serbia flights between Zurich and Nis. The temporary route is to be served on Wednesday and Saturday with medium-haul Airbus A319 jets.

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