Serbia’s newest charter service, Aviolet, has launched operations from Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla International Airport.
Aviolet is fully operated by Air Serbia, Serbia’s national airline, and will serve destinations in Egypt, Greece, Italy, Spain and Turkey, during the 2014 summer season.
Dane Kondić, Chief Executive Officer of Air Serbia, said: “There has always been strong demand by tour operators for charter services in the region, especially during the peak summer season. Aviolet was developed and launched to meet that demand with a safe, reliable and comfortable service.”
Aviolet will operate three Boeing B737-300 aircraft configured in a spacious 144-seat all-economy layout.
From Belgrade, Aviolet will fly to Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt; Cephalonia, Chania, Corfu, Heraklion, Kos, Mykonos, Mytilene, Rhodes, Santorini, Skiathos and Zakynthos in Greece; Catania, Dalaman and Palermo in Italy; Almeria, Girona and Palma de Mallorca in Spain; and Antalya and Milas-Bodrum in Turkey.
Aviolet will operate three dedicated check-in desks at Terminal 1 of Belgrade Nikola Tesla International Airport.
Guests flying with Aviolet will be offered a complimentary snack bag with a sandwich, a bottle of water and a fruit bar. Guests will have the option to purchase drinks and a range of other snacks from the onboard bar. A selection of duty-free cigarettes, alcohol and fragrances will also be available for sale onboard at competitive prices.
All guests will have a 23kg checked baggage allowance along with 8kg of carry-on luggage per person.
From today, tour operators can request charter flights on the dedicated Aviolet website, www.aviolet.rs.