|Founded||24 May 2014|
|Frequent-flyer program||Etihad Guest|
|Parent company||Air Serbia|
|Key people||Duncan Naysmith|
The airline was founded in 24 May 2014 as a subsidiary of Air Serbia. By establishing, Aviolet became dedicated charter brand of Serbia's national carrier, Air Serbia. Most flights depart from Belgrade's Nikola Tesla Airport, and are carried out by aircraft and crews of Air Serbia. Since being launched, Aviolet has grown into a well-recognised charter brand and today plays a central role in the tourism industry by providing a high-quality travel offering.
As of May 2019, Aviolet serves the following destinations (all seasonal charter flights):
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Athens International Airport
- Chania International Airport
- Corfu International Airport
- Heraklion International Airport
- Karpathos Island National Airport
- Kephalonia International Airport
- Kos International Airport
- Preveza Airport
- Rhodes International Airport
- Samos International Airport
- Santorini (Thira) International Airport
- Skiathos International Airport
- Zakynthos International Airport
Aviolet additionally maintains codeshare agreements with parent company Air Serbia.
- - Flight Schedule retrieved 26 May 2019
- "Aviolet". Archived from the original on 26 May 2019. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
- "planespotters.net - Aviolet Fleet Details and History". Retrieved 26 May 2019.
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