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Serbia and Tunisia sign new Air Services Agreement

Serbia and Tunisia have inked a new Air Services Agreement that would help the two nations regulate air traffic and increase bilateral cooperation.

In addition, the new pact would let carriers from the two countries codeshare on each other’s flights.

“The air traffic agreement is merely the first step in enhancing collaboration between these two friendly nations, which should also be developed in other fields,” related Zorana Mihajlović, Serbia’s Minister for Construction, Transport and Infrastructure.

Tunis Air keeps flights between Tunis and Belgrade and seasonal flights from Monastir to Belgrade.

Meanwhile, Air Serbia flies charter flights to Monastir and Enfidha during the summer months.

According to figures made available by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), 12.228 seats were on sale between Serbia and Tunisia this past year.

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