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One in five Serbian tourists flies low-budget airlines

25. March 2010. | 06:13

Source: limun.hr

Evident liberalization and the arrival of low-budget airlines increased the number of Serbian tourists travelling abroad, as well as the number of foreign tourists arriving to Serbia.

Evident liberalization and the arrival of low-budget airlines increased the number of Serbian tourists travelling abroad, as well as the number of foreign tourists arriving to Serbia.

Since the beginning of the liberalization, Belgrade Airport Nikola Tesla has been recording a constant increase in the number of passengers, ranging from 15 to 20 percent, and with the switch to summer flight schedule an even greater increase in the passenger numbers is expected.

Currently 11 airlines use the services of the Belgrade Airport. According to predictions, at the beginning of 2011, 20 percent of the passengers will fly low-budget airlines.

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