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JAT launches Belgrade-Portoroz flight

16. April 2010. | 08:53

Source: ANSAmed, Tanjug

Jat Airways in cooperation with the Tourist Organization Portoroz launched the regular air line between Belgrade and the coastal municipality of Portoroz, Slovenia.

 Jat Airways in cooperation with the Tourist Organization Portoroz launched the regular air line between Belgrade and the coastal municipality of Portoroz, Slovenia.

The Jat Airways aircrafts will transport passengers to the Slovenian cost and back every Thursday and Sunday, and the lowest price of the return ticket will be EUR59 no tax included, Jat stated.

The first flight to Portoroz was taken by representatives of Belgrade media and a few public figures, while the Jat news that are aired on a daily basis on several Serbian TV and radio stations will be broadcasted directly from Portoroz for two days.

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