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Oct 14, 2009 18:18 EEST
BELGRADE (Serbia), October 14 (SeeNews) – United Arab Emirates (UAE) plans to sign an agreement with Serbia on acquiring flying rights that would permit the Emirates airline to launch flights to about 100 destinations from Serbia’s capital Belgrade, Serbian daily Blic reported on Wednesday.
United Arab Emirates civil aviation officials are expected to arrive in Belgrade later on Wednesday to sign the respective agreement, Blic (www.blic.rs) reported. The UAE delegation will include representatives of Emirates airline.
Emirates plans flights to Australia, New Zealand, China, Africa, Middle East and Asia from Belgrade, aiming to transport passengers and merchandise, Blic added.
The daily also said that Hungary's Malev plans to launch flights from between Belgrade and Budapest.
Italian low-cost airline Wind Jet and its Swedish peer MCA Airlines are slated to launch flights to the town of Nis, in southern Serbia, in December this year, local broadcaster b92 (www.b92.net) reported on Friday.
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