Air Serbia has launched a new charter subsidiary, Aviolet. The new carrier, based at Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla International Airport, began services May 24 and is operating three single-class, 144-seat Boeing 737-300s on flights to leisure destinations in Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Spain and Italy. Two of the aircraft were formerly part of the fleet of Jat Airways, the predecessor of Air Serbia and have undergone cabin refurbishment for their new role. The third is leased. “There has ...

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