The offer which includes more than 70 cities in Air Serbia’s network.
Air Serbia prepared a new promotional offer titled “Fly away in Spring”, which will allow passengers to purchase tickets to their favourite destinations at affordable prices. The offer which includes more than 70 cities in Air Serbia’s network will be available only on Thursday, 27 April, for trips between 8 May and 15 June 2023.
“We are entering the busiest time of the year when the demand for flights is exceptionally high. In addition to a wide network of destinations, we try to surprise our passengers with promotional ticket prices. During 24 hours, on April 27, flights to a large number of destinations from our network will be available at excellent prices. One-way tickets for the most frequented destinations in our region, such as Podgorica and Tivat, will be able for purchase starting from 30 euros, including all taxes. Passengers will be able to fly to Barcelona, Malta, and Florence starting at 40 euros for one-way flights, while tickets to cities such as Istanbul, Rome, or Lyon will be available at an initial price of 50 euros. A stay in Paris, London, and Tel Aviv during the spring is always interesting for travellers, and we have made sure to provide them with flights with an initial ticket price of 60 euros for one-way flights,” said Maša Vasović, Head of Revenue
Management at Air Serbia.
During the promotional period, tickets can be purchased via the airserbia.com website, the mobile application, as well as in Air Serbia’s retail shops at Bulevar Kralja Aleksandra, Jurija Gagarina, and at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport.
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