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September 7 (SeeNews) - Air Serbia will increase the frequency of flights from Serbia’s capital Belgrade to Istanbul in Turkey, regional media reported on Thursday.
Beginning October 29, Air Serbia is set to expand its Belgrade-Istanbul service to 23 weekly flights, six more than last winter, news portal EX-YU Aviation reported.
The Serbian flag carrier will operate three daily flights on the route this coming winter with four daily rotations on Thursdays and Fridays.
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