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September 14 (SeeNews) - Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air will temporarily reduce the number of flights from Serbian capital Belgrade to three European cities, aviation portal Zamaaero reported on Thursday.
The service to Bergamo, in Italy, will be cut from five flights per week to four from October 29 to December 20.
Flights to Eindhoven, in the Netherlands, will be reduced from seven to five per week from October 29 to December 4, while the service to Stockholm, in Sweden, will be cut from three to two per week from September 21 to December 20.
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