Serbia’s national carrier Air Serbia will start flying out of the Morava Airport in the central town of Kraljevo after winning the public call at which it was the only contender, N1 reported on Monday.
The company will operate regular flights “on the routes of public interest.” Air Serbia will receive 5.63 million Euros in subsidies in the next three years to maintain flights to Vienna throughout the year, and seasonal rout to Thessalonica, Ex-YU Aviation website said.
During those three years, Air Serbia is supposed to operate a total of 300 return flights to Vienna with 3.32 million Euros subsidy.
For 184 return flights from Kraljevo to Thessalonica, subsidies will be 2.25 million Euros.
The remaining 50.174 Euros are allocated for covering Air Serbia operational cost of starting flights from the Morava Airport.
The first flights to Vienna begin on December 1, while to Thessalonica from mid-March 2020, both three times a week on board of the regional ATR72 turboprop planes.