| 35 Fridrihshafen / Friedrichshafen iStock / TKphotography64 Frankfurt iStock / Nikada Ljubljana iStock / StreetFlash Rim / Rome iStock / neirfy Tivat iStock / Vera_Petrunina Budimpešta / Budapest iStock / Marc_Osborne Karlsrue / Karlsruhe iStock / rotofrank FIRST AIR SERBIA FLIGHT FROMNIŠ Air Serbia has launched its operations from Niš Constantine the Great Airport with an inaugural ight - number JU1356 - to Nuremberg, Germany, conducted using an Airbus A319 aircraft on 15th July.The service fromSerbia’s second largest airport to Nuremberg was just one of 12 regular routes planned fromNiš.With these Nuremberg ights alone, Southern Serbia will be connected with Bavaria twice a week, year-round. “We are very pleased to be connecting Niš to Nuremberg, a new destination in Germany and the rst that we will serve from the south of Serbia. With this ight, Niš Constantine the Great Airport is o cially becoming a hub for our aircraft, alongside BelgradeNikolaTesla Airport. We are certain that better connections to Germanywill contribute to strengthening commercial activities and tourismbetween our two countries,” said Jiri Marek, Air Serbia’s General Manager Commercial and Strategy, speaking on this occasion. The second largest city in the German federal state of Bavaria after Munich, Nuremberg is an economic and cultural centre of the Franconia region. The city’s historical hub is encircled by imposing walls of an imperial castle, while its Gothic cathedrals and beautiful vistas, with numerous restaurants, shops and a rich cultural life, represent a perfect combination of the old and the new. As of the secondhalf of July, the Serbiannational carrier also launched ights from Niš to Bologna, Hanover,Tivat, GothenburgandFrankfurt-Hahn, while the rst three days of August see the commencement of operations fromNiš toLjubljana, Budapest, Friedrichshafen, Salzburg, Rome and Karlsruhe. Air Serbia launched its operations fromNiš on the basis of the international tender procedure for routes of public importance initiated by the Government of Serbia. This tender procedure allowed for the establishment of links between 10 Serbian regions and six European Union member states and Montenegro. Nirnberg / Nuremberg iStock /SeanPavonePhoto Salcburg / Salzburg iStock / DaveLongMedia