Airlines Tunisair to reduce Tunis to Belgrade flights

Tunisair to reduce Tunis to Belgrade flights

Tunisia’s carrier, Tunisair has downgraded its year-round flights between Tunis and Belgrade, Serbia to seasonal summer operations, according to media outlet Ex-yu Aviation.

Before the covid-19 pandemic, Tunisair flew winter flights between the two capitals through Vienna, without traffic rights between Austria and Serbia.

During the summer, flights operate nonstop. The airline will carry out its final flight before the winter break on October 28.

The Tunisian carrier does not plan on maintaining services between the two cities over the upcoming winter season. Prior to the coronavirus pandemic,

The airline will carry out its final flight before the winter break on October 28. Tunisair flies 6 flights in a week.

It is still unclear what caused the change.

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Ekene Lionel is an author for The Aviator Africa, covering military aviation. He has worked as a journalist and defense tech writer for 5 years, much of that time focusing on military and emerging technologies.
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