Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, due to good results achieved during the summer season, decided to extend the period during which it will fly to three destinations in the Russian Federation – Saint Petersburg, Krasnodar, and its new destination Rostov-on-Don. Even though it was initially planned to operate flights until the end of September, it was decided to continue them until the end of the summer season, i.e. until the end of October and subject to further developments regarding the demand and travel restrictions, Air Serbia will decide on possible flying to these three destinations during the forthcoming winter season, as well.
Air Serbia plans to operate nearly 500 flights and carry about 60,000 passengers between Belgrade and its four destinations in the Russian Federation from the start of the year until the end of August. The load factor on the routes is over 80%.
Serbian national airline will continue flying to its destinations in Russia at the same dynamic – up to eight times a week to Moscow and twice a week to Saint Petersburg, Krasnodar and Rostov-on-Don.
Due to high demand among passengers from the region and the Russian Federation, Air Serbia boosted the frequency of its Moscow service in May, and restored the temporarily suspended flights to Krasnodar and Saint Petersburg in early June, as well as launched a new service to Rostov-on-Don. Thanks to direct flights to four important economic, industrial and cultural centres of Russia, the Serbian airline represents the main gateway for traveling to our region and beyond for passengers from the world’s biggest country.
Top Copyright Photo: Air Serbia Airbus A319-132 YU-APB (msn 2296) (90 Years) ZRH (Andi Hiltl). Image: 954808.
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