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Serbia ready to resume air traffic on 18 May

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Serbia is ready to resume passenger air traffic on 18 May, but that will depend on other countries of the European Union (EU) and when they will allow flights from their airports

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlović stated in a live appearance in the morning programme of Radio Television of Serbia that Serbia did not shut airports, but that regular flights were abolished everywhere and recalled that the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport has been open all the time for bringing humanitarian assistance and Serbian citizens from abroad.

Our proposal is to resume passenger flights from the airports in Belgrade, Niš and Kraljevo on 18 May. However, if Europe does not open by this date, Serbia will not be able to either, she said.

According to Mihajlović underlined that during the coronavirus epidemic one of the main measures was to halt passenger transport, but those measures are not gradually being lifted.

Intercity transport will resume as of 4 May and public transport in Belgrade and Niš as of 8 May.

On the other hand, freight traffic has been functioning since the outbreak of the epidemic and that will help Serbia to survive the crisis economically to a great extent.

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