Air Serbia Expansion to Zadar on Hold

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Hopes for the resumption of a direct service between Belgrade and Zadar are dashed, reports ExYuAviation on March 8, 2017. 

The resumption of flights between Belgrade and Zadar after more than two decades is unlikely to occur this year due to an ongoing regulatory dispute between Air Serbia and the Croatian Civil Aviation Agency (CCAA). Zadar Airport’s General Manager, Irena Ćosić, told the “Zadarski list” daily, “There is a lot of talk of Air Serbia’s arrival in Zadar. The Serbian carrier flies to all major airports in Croatia. However, the planned service to Zadar was halted by the airline’s CEO Dane Kondić. The reason is an ongoing issue the airline has with the CCAA. Air Serbia is a company from outside the European Union but sells so-called connecting tickets from several cities in Croatia which is against EU regulation. The matter is now in the courts and we were just collateral damage”.

Read the full story on ExYuAviation.


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