The Serbian government has previously said that there is interest from carriers to set up a base in Niš. “The airport lacks the capacity to act as a base, however, this is set to change with the completion of several ongoing projects. There is interest from airlines to establish a base but we have to finish a few things first. We are hopeful that the planned investments will be completed and that an airline will then station an aircraft in Niš”, the government said. Air Serbia recently warned that a number of low cost airlines would enter its home market in the near future. “The flood of low cost carriers that have waged war on traditional airlines across Europe is on its way to Serbia. It definitely weighs heavily on our thoughts in terms of our future plans”, the airline noted.
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