Low cost carrier SpiceJet, which has been operating special flights to Belgrade throughout the summer catering for Indian expatriates needing to undergo mandatory quarantine before flying off to their country of residence, will commence a series of charters from Amritsar, in the country’s north starting September 15.
Charters, operated by both SpiceJet and IndiGo, have so far included flights from New Delhi and Bangalore.
The services are primarily used by Indian nationals living and working in the United Arab Emirates, Canada, the United States, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait and Hong Kong.
The influx of Indian travellers has had a positive impact on scheduled carriers at Belgrade Airport including Qatar Airways, Flydubai, Lufthansa, Air Serbia, LOT Polish Airlines, KLM, Air France and Wizz Air Abu Dhabi.
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