Athens, November 8, 2017 – Air Serbia, the national carrier of Serbia, in cooperation with Athens International Airport, organized an event for representatives of travel agencies in an innovative multi-center space in the center of Athens, with the participation of the Tourist Organization of Belgrade and the National Tourism Organization of Serbia.

The event included Air Serbia presentation on the company’s new fares policy, as well as presentations of the city of Belgrade and Serbia, as destinations.

Air Serbia is changing its pricing policy by introducing new fare brands, which give to the passenger the flexibility to choose the amount will spend depending on his travel needs. He will also be able to buy extra services such as a seat of his choice on the aircraft, extra baggage, access to the Business Lounge at Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla International Airport and others.

The event was honored by the presence of Mr. Milan Vukosavljevic, Minister-Counsellor and Mr. Nemanja Dikovic, Second Secretary, from the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Greece, Mrs. Djurdjica Vincic-Tomic, Air Serbia Sales Manager, Mrs. Tamara Rašković, representative of the National Tourism Organization of Serbia, Mr Janko Vukotic, representative of the Tourist Organization of Belgrade and Mrs. Ioanna Papadopoulou, Director, Communications and Marketing of the Athens International Airport.

Air Serbia continues the dynamic direct flights program to / from Athens and Thessaloniki for Belgrade, offering for the winter season a daily flight from Athens, adding three more flights per week during the Christmas period. From Thessaloniki, the airline offers four flights a week plus one more during the Christmas period. Air Serbia flies to 44 European and Mediterranean destinations and New York. Its fleet consists of 21 aircrafts Airbus A319 / A320 / A330, Boeing 737 and ATR 72.