Air Serbia has announced the introduction of seven new year-round routes and two seasonal destinations, which will be introduced from June onwards.
The national airline will commence year-round flights from Belgrade to Kiev, Madrid, Barcelona, Rijeka, Krasnodar, Helsinki and Cairo, as well as seasonal operations to Nice and Zadar.
In addition to the new routes, Air Serbia will add more depth to its network with an additional one weekly frequency to Zurich (eighteen per week), Paris (double daily) and Dubrovnik (daily).
As a result of the expansion, Air Serbia’s route network to Croatia will grow to six cities, two of which will be served year-round (Zagreb and Rijeka). The carrier will also resume operations to Kiev, which were operated seasonally during the summer of 2016.
Furthermore, the airline returns with scheduled flights to Spain after some twenty years and to Egypt after fifteen years. Initially, Air Serbia planned to commence flights to Cairo in 2014 but cancelled such plans due to deteriorating security in the country at the time.
On the other hand, Nice will mark the airline’s second destination in France, while Helsinki will be served out of Belgrade for the first time. Krasnodar, in southern Russia, becomes the carrier’s third gateway to the country.
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