Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizz Air plans to launch flights between Sweden’s Malmö and the third largest city in Serbia, Nis, as of June 25, news service bne IntelliNews reported on January 26.

The route to and from Malmö will be operated three days a week – Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays – the airliner’s executive vice president John Stephenson told a news conference in Nis, southern Serbia.

Stephenson said the company has been present in Serbia for four years now, transporting 1.6 million passengers. He added that the Nis-Malmö route was picked after a detailed market analysis.

Nis mayor Zoran Perisic told the same news conference that some 320,000 Serbs live in Sweden, many of them in the Malmö region.