Air Serbia is recommencing flights to its popular destinations

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Air Serbia has made this announcement:

Starting from May 28, 2021, Air Serbia will recommence flights to its destinations on the Croatian coast – Dubrovnik and Split. The flights to popular vacation destinations in Dalmatia will be operated two times a week, on Mondays and Fridays, and from 13 June, the third weekly flight to Split will be added on Sundays.

In addition to seasonal routes, Air Serbia will recommence its scheduled services to Bucharest on June 4, 2021. The Serbian national airline will be operating flights to the capital of Romania three times a week – on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays. By the end of June, it is planned to increase the number of weekly flights to Bucharest to five, by adding one flight on Sundays and Mondays each.

In addition, the company will also recommence flights to Thessaloniki, and will be resuming flights to Prague and Sofia from June 4, 2021.

During the summer season, the Serbian national airline will be operating flights to Thessaloniki seven times a week – twice daily on Mondays and Fridays and once daily on Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. A direct flight on this route lasts one hour and 15 minutes on average.

For the majority of the summer season, Air Serbia will be operating flights to Prague two times a week – on Mondays and Fridays. A direct flight between the Serbian and Czech capitals lasts one hour and 40 minutes on average.

It is planned to operate Air Serbia flights to Sofia three times a week – twice daily on Mondays and once daily on Fridays. Direct flight between the capitals of Serbia and Bulgaria lasts one hour and five minutes on average.

“We are glad that the summer season is approaching and, judging by the apparent changes in demand, the situation is developing in a positive direction. We are pleased that we have the opportunity to enable passengers to plan their summer vacation in popular coastal destinations such as Dubrovnik and Split, for which there is traditionally a lot of interest because of their beauty and proximity. The air connection to the capital of Romania is also very important to us, primarily for economic reasons,” said Jiri Marek, General Manager, Commercial and Strategy, Air Serbia.

Top Copyright Photo: Air Serbia Airbus A330-243 YU-ARB (msn 973) (Nikola Tesla) JFK (Fred Freketic). Image: 953667.

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