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Air Serbia Introduces New Flexible Fare Categories

Air Serbia recently announced its new pricing policy, which includes new categories of fares, offering its passengers with flexibility and more options.

The new pricing policy will be implemented as of  December 1, 2017.

The announcement was made during an event in Athens, held with the support of the Athens International Airport (AIA), in the presence of representatives of the Belgrade Tourism Organization, the Serbian Tourism Organization and local tourism agencies.

The new pricing policy provides passengers with the flexibility to choose the amount of money they will to spend, depending on their travel needs. Furthermore, travelers will be able to purchase additional services, thus choose their seat in the aircraft, carry additional luggage or gain access to the Business Lounge of Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport.

Air Serbia continues to connect Athens and Belgrade for the winter season with daily flights, while for the Christmas period the airline will offer three additional flights per week. The carrier is offering  four weekly flights from Thessaloniki, which will be increased to five during the Christmas holidays.

The event included a presentation of Belgrade and other locations in Serbia as tourism destinations. It also was attended by Milan Vukosavljevic, minister councilor and Nemanja Dikovic, second secretary of the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia to the Hellenic Republic; Air Serbia regional sales manager East Djurdjica Vincic-Tomic,  and AIA director of communications and marketing Ioanna Papadopoulou.

Air Serbia is currently flying to 44 European and Mediterranean destinations, as well as to New York.

Intermodal Air is the general sales agent (GSA) for Air Serbia in Greece.

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