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Sunday, 24 February 2019

Egypt, Serbia agree to resume Belgrade-Cairo direct flights this summer

Egyptian and Serbian authorities have agreed to resume direct flights between Cairo and Belgrade after a 13-year-long hiatus, Red Sea Investors Association member Tamer Nabil said, according to Al Shorouk. The first flight is scheduled to depart the Serbian capital on 4 June. We had noted last December that Serbia’s Niš Airport, located in the country’s third largest city Niš, is also expected to begin operating more flights to Egypt this summer. Serbian charter flights to Sharm El Sheik also resumed last month.

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