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Dec 01, 2017 14:21 EEST
December 1 (SeeNews) - Wizz Air will cancel several flights from Serbia's Belgrade and Nis, as well as from Bosnia's Tuzla, the Hungarian low-cost carrier told SeeNews on Friday.
Wizz Air is cancelling flights from Belgrade to Germany's Friedrichshafen mid-January, having already terminated its Belgrade-Nuremberg service in November, the company told SeeNews in an e-mailed statement.
Wizz Air initially said it will halt flights on the Belgrade-Nuremberg route over the winter season, but has since discontinued them entirely.
Tickets on the Belgrade-Friedrichshafen route are last available on January 12, the company's flight schedule shows.
The airline began flying the now cancelled routes from Belgrade in May.
Wizz Air also said it is cancelling flights from Serbia's Nis to Eindhoven.
From Bosnia's Tuzla, the company will no longer fly to London Luton and Nuremberg, it said.
Earlier, Wizz Air said it will downsize its winter operations out of Tuzla by turning its services from the city airport to London Luton, Bratislava and Nuremberg to seasonal summer flights only, but London and Nuremberg ticket sales have since been discontinued.
Flights between Tuzla and Bratislava will resume at the end of March, data from the website of Wizz Air shows.
The airline started operating the Bratislava and Nuremberg service from Tuzla in March this year, while London Luton was added in October last year.
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