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Nov 30, 2023 10:56 EEST
November 30 (SeeNews) - Air Serbia won a tender worth nearly 34 million euro ($37.2 million) to provide subsidised flights from Nis and Kraljevo airports, regional media reported.
Air Serbia was the only applicant in the Public Service Obligation (PSO) tender and will now operate the routes from Nis and Kraljevo for another four years, having held the contract for the past two years, news portal EX-YU Aviation reported on Wednesday.
Under the PSO contracts, Air Serbia will continue to operate year-round flights from Nis to Serbia's capital Belgrade, Cologne and Hahn, in Germany, Istanbul, in Turkey, and Ljubljana, in Slovenia, along with seasonal services to Athens, in Greece and Montenegro’s coastal town of Tivat.
From Kraljevo airport, Air Serbia will operate year-round flights to Istanbul and seasonal operations to Thessaloniki, in Greece, and Tivat.
PSOs allocate funds for routes that may be economically unprofitable but are considered vital for the population and economic development of the region they serve.
$ = 0.9147 euro
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