The Serbian national airline Air Serbia announced that it will fly on that route twice a week, on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Senior sales manager at Air Serbia, Boško Rupić, stated that the south of Serbia is connected to Istanbul, one of the most popular destinations from the company’s network.
“Turkey is an extremely important market for us, and we are very pleased that by improving our offer, we will contribute to strengthening commercial and tourist activity between our two countries,” he said.
Air Serbia passengers can find airline tickets on this route at a price starting from 2,478 dinars per direction, while the lowest return ticket price is 7,434 dinars.
It has been announced that Air Serbia will establish regular flights from Nis airport to Belgrade, Frankfurt (Han), Cologne and Ljubljana in the coming days.
During the summer season, he will perform seasonal flights on the lines Nis Tivat and Nis Athens.
“Air Serbia will operate on the new lines from Nis until December 31, 2023, based on the results of the tender for the provision of air transport services on lines of public interest announced by the Serbian government,” it added.