Fly Niki

FlyNiki no longer operates from Serbia.

Niki Luftfahrt GmbH, also known as FlyNiki, was founded in 2003 in Vienna. German airline Air Berlin bought the company in 2011 and since then FlyNiki flights are marketed by Air Berlin.

FlyNiki is considered to be semi-lowcost airline and it operates charter services to leisure destinations in Europe and the Middle East from Vienna, Salzburg, Graz and Linz.

The company’s headquarters are located at Vienna International Airport. The airline currently employs 836 people.

Despite being categorised as low-cost carries, FlyNiki provides full service for its customers, including free newspapers and baggage.

FlyNiki offers complimentary sandwich and non-alcoholic drink meal service on its short haul flights and an additional buy on board service that has a large range of meal items for sale.

On charter services and some business destinations such as Zurich, Frankfurt or Munich, hot meals are complimentary.

The FlyNiki fleet comprises four Airbus A321s (212 seats), 12 Airbus A320s (180 seats), and seven Embraer E190s (112 seats).

FlyNiki flies to more than 50 destinations in 15 European countries, and to Egypt, Turkey and Israel.

The airline operated between Belgrade and Vienna from February 2010 until November 2012, when FlyNiki’s management decided to cancel the route.

NIKI Luftfahrt GmbH

Office Park I, Top B03
A-1300 Wien