Serbia, Australia sign agreement on direct flights.

By bne IntelliNews September 2, 2011
Serbia and Australia have signed an agreement enabling direct flights between the two countries, a note on the government website read. The two countries also signed an agreement for cooperation in the transport sector, which will enable air carriers from both countries to carry out up to seven flights weekly between Serbia and Australia's major airports in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane. Serbian air carriers will be granted unlimited access to all regional and international airports in Australia. The agreement also envisages codesharing between companies from the two countries.

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