Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, will once again be exhibiting at the upcoming Belgrade Tourism Fair between 22 and 25 February, where visitors will have a chance to purchase low-price airfares, win free tickets to a range of exciting destinations, and receive a discount code for their next journey with Air Serbia.
During the four-day event, Air Serbia will be promoting its new fare structure.
- In addition, every 20th visitor who buys a ticket at Air Serbia’s stand will receive a return ticket to either Düsseldorf, Milan, Moscow, Stuttgart or Venice, while every 100th buyer will win a return ticket to New York.
- Visitors who sign up to Air Serbia’s email newsletter at the event will receive a voucher for EUR 10 off their next journey with Air Serbia, which can be redeemed until 31 March 2018. To register, please ask one of Air Serbia’s cabin crew for assistance.
Dragan Nikitović, Head of Commercial Operations of Air Serbia, said: “We’re excited to be taking part in the Belgrade Tourism Fair again and look forward to the start of the exhibition. As the biggest travel fair in the region, attracting more than 800 exhibitors and 50,000 guests, it’s the perfect venue for us to meet and interact with our guests, as well present our new fare structure.”
Visitors to Air Serbia’s stand will be greeted by a team of friendly cabin crew and sales representatives who will be on hand to answer questions about the carrier’s products and services, as well as explain the airline’s recently-introduced fare structure.
The new fare structure allows travellers to purchase four different fare types, starting with a hand baggage-only fare named Economy White, and customise their journey further by purchasing the optional services they require.
Travellers can also use the opportunity to register for Air Serbia’s frequent flyer programme, Air Serbia Etihad Guest, in order to earn miles when flying with the airline.
Now in its 40th edition, Belgrade Tourism Fair is the premiere travel and tourism show in southeast Europe.