Air Serbia to fly to Hamburg, Gothenburg, Cologne and Marseille this coming summer, launches a new route to Tianjin, China

Air Serbia will be introducing direct flights to Hamburg, Gothenburg, Cologne and Marseille during May 2023, thus continuing the expansion of its network of destinations in the next summer season.

The Serbian national airline will be flying to the new destinations in Germany and Sweden three times a week, and it will operate two flights a week between Belgrade and Marseille.

Flights will be operated using Airbus A319 aircraft. Fares are already available for purchase, and one-way tickets in economy start at 49 euros for Cologne, Hamburg and Gothenburg, or 69 euros for Marseille.

Air Serbia will start operating flights to Hamburg, the second biggest city in Germany, on May 15, 2023, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Hamburg is the European centre of science, research and education, and the seat of the oldest German stock exchange and commercial bank in the world. In addition to its rich architectural heritage, the city boasts an exceptional selection of museums, from contemporary art and German romanticism to ethnology and naval history. A museum in the shape of a ship known as the “White Swan of the South Atlantic” is 159 meters long and offers its guests the opportunity to learn about the life of sailors. It is the only city in Germany with a sandy beach.

Flt Desg Eff Date Freq Dept Arp Dept Time Arvl Arp Arrv Time Block Time
JU 0390 17-May-23 Wednesday Belgrade (BEG) 06:35 Hamburg (HAM) 08:45 02:10
JU 0391 17-May-23 Wednesday Hamburg (HAM) 09:20 Belgrade (BEG) 11:25 02:05
JU 0394 15-May-23 Monday, Friday Belgrade (BEG) 17:30 Hamburg (HAM) 19:40 02:10
JU 0395 15-May-23 Monday, Friday Hamburg (HAM) 20:25 Belgrade (BEG) 22:30 02:05

*All times are local.

Starting on May 18, 2023, every Monday, Thursday and Sunday, the Serbian national airline will be operating flights to Gothenburg, one of the most important cities on the economic map of Europe, and also the biggest port in Scandinavia and an important travel hub between Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen. The centre of the city is enriched with canals inspired by the Dutch architectural style, with bicycle tracks stretching alongside them. The main landmarks are the Gothenburg Cathedral, the Gothenburg Central Station. the Gothenburg opera house as well as the city museum, where the remnants of an authentic Viking ship are exhibited.

Flt Desg Eff Date Freq Dept Arp Dept Time Arvl Arp Arrv Time Block Time
JU 0440 18-May-23 Thursday Belgrade (BEG) 06:10 Gothenburg (GOT) 08:45 02:35
JU 0441 18-May-23 Thursday Gothenburg (GOT) 09:30 Belgrade (BEG) 11:55 02:25
JU 0444 21-May-23 Monday, Sunday Belgrade (BEG) 17:05 Gothenburg (GOT) 19:40 02:35
JU 0445 21-May-23 Monday, Sunday Gothenburg (GOT) 20:25 Belgrade (BEG) 22:50 02:25

*All times are local.

Starting on May 18, 2023, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, Air Serbia will be operating flights from Belgrade to Cologne. The city lies on the Rhine, and is rich in tourist attractions and cultural events. The symbol of the city is the Cologne Cathedral from 1248, which, due to its impressive Gothic architecture, exceptional stained glass windows and other important works of art, was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The most visited cultural institution in Cologne, with around 600,000 visitors a year, is the Chocolate Museum, while the Romano-Germanic Museum, Museum Ludwig, and the Fragrance Museum are also sure to attract tourists. In addition to Belgrade, you can fly to Cologne from “Constantine the Great” airport in Niš.

Flt Desg Eff Date Freq Dept Arp Dept Time Arvl Arp Arrv Time Block Time
JU 0326 18-May-23 Tuesday, Thursday Belgrade (BEG) 06:40 Cologne (CGN) 08:50 02:10
JU 0327 18-May-23 Tuesday, Thursday Cologne (CGN) 09:35 Belgrade (BEG) 11:35 02:00
JU 0328 20-May-23 Saturday Belgrade (BEG) 17:45 Cologne (CGN) 19:55 02:10
JU 0329 20-May-23 Saturday Cologne (CGN) 20:40 Belgrade (BEG) 22:40 02:00

*All times are local.

Starting on May 20, 2023, every Tuesday and Saturday, you can fly to Marseille, the second largest city in France, which, thanks to its 2,600-year-long history, has a rich and diverse cultural heritage. From the Panier district to the small, untouched village of Goudes, from the Mucem building to the Vieille Charité, from the must-see Notre-Dame de la Garde to the dazzling Cité le Corbusier. If you pass by the Old Port, one of the tourist symbols of the city, in the mornings, you will surely meet the loud fishermen selling their fresh catch. Here is where the famous, kilometre-long “Hemp Street”, Rue La Canbière begins, whose appearance dates to the XIX century, when Marseille was one of the biggest hemp trade centres in the world.

Flt Desg Eff Date Freq Dept Arp Dept Time Arvl Arp Arrv Time Trajanje leta
JU 0296 20-May-23 Saturday Belgrade (BEG) 06:30 Marseille (MRS) 08:50 02:20
JU 0297 20-May-23 Saturday Marseille (MRS) 09:35 Belgrade (PMO) 11:50 02:15
JU 0298 23-May-23 Tuesday Belgrade (BEG) 17:20 Marseille (MRS) 19:40 02:20
JU 0299 23-May-23 Tuesday Marseille (MRS) 20:25 Belgrade (BEG) 22:40 02:15

*All times are local.

The national airline offers good connections from Hamburg, Gothenburg, Cologne and Marseille, via Belgrade, to other destinations in its network such as Thessaloniki, Athens, Istanbul, Bucharest, Sofia, Tirana, Skopje, Sarajevo, Rome, Malta, Split, Dubrovnik, Tivat, Podgorica, Vienna, Pula, Rijeka, Zadar, Florence, Catania, Naples, Palermo and Larnaca.

In other news, Air Serbia will start operating flights between Belgrade and Izmir two times a week, and flights to Ankara four times a week. In the middle of March, the Serbian national airline will also commence direct flights between Belgrade and Budapest, which will be operated up to seventeen times a week during the summer season. Fares for new destinations are already available at the website, mobile application, as well as in Air Serbia stores, at the starting price of 59 euros for one-way flights to Ankara and Izmir in economy class, or 49 euros for one-way economy class flights to Budapest.

Air Serbia will start operating flights to the capital of Hungary, Budapest, on March 13, 2023. The number of flights will be gradually increased to up to seventeen flights a week. Budapest is located on the Danube, the second longest river in Europe, and is known for its thermal springs and numerous spas. The city landscape is rich with architectural landmarks from different historical periods. The tallest buildings are St. Stephen’s Basilica and the Parliament. Andrássy Avenue is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and it is where the famous Hungarian State Opera and Music Academy are located, and at the very end of the avenue is the magnificent Heroes’ Square.

Flt Desg Eff Date Freq Dept Arp Dept Time Arvl Arp Arrv Time Block Time
JU 0150 13-Mar-23 Monday, Tuesday, Friday Belgrade (BEG) 07:45 Budapest (BUD) 09:00 01:15
JU 0150 15-Mar-23 Wednesday Belgrade (BEG) 06:40 Budapest (BUD) 07:55 01:15
JU 0150 16-Mar-23 Thursday Belgrade (BEG) 06:25 Budapest (BUD) 07:40 01:15
JU 0150 18-Mar-23 Saturday Belgrade (BEG) 06:30 Budapest (BUD) 07:45 01:15
JU 0151 13-Mar-23 Monday, Tuesday, Friday Budapest (BUD) 09:30 Belgrade (BEG) 10:35 01:05
JU 0151 15-Mar-23 Wednesday Budapest (BUD) 08:25 Belgrade (BEG) 09:30 01:05
JU 0151 16-Mar-23 Thursday Budapest (BUD) 08:10 Belgrade (BEG) 09:15 01:05
JU 0151 18-Mar-23 Saturday Budapest (BUD) 08:15 Belgrade (BEG) 09:20 01:05
JU 0152 13-Mar-23 Monday, Friday, Sunday Belgrade (BEG) 13:30 Budapest (BUD) 14:45 01:15
JU 0153 13-Mar-23 Monday, Friday, Sunday Budapest (BUD) 15:15 Belgrade (BEG) 16:20 01:05
JU 0154 13-Mar-23 Monday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday Belgrade (BEG) 18:30 Budapest (BUD) 19:45 01:15
JU 0154 15-Mar-23 Wednesday, Thursday Belgrade (BEG) 20:15 Budapest (BUD) 21:30 01:15
JU 0155 13-Mar-23 Monday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday Budapest (BUD) 20:30 Belgrade (BEG) 21:35 01:05
JU 0155 15-Mar-23 Wednesday, Thursday Budapest (BUD) 22:00 Belgrade (BEG) 23:05 01:05

*All times are local.

Flt Desg Eff Date Freq Dept Arp Dept Time Arvl Arp Arrv Time Block Time
JU 0150 27-Mar-23 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Belgrade (BEG) 07:45 Budapest (BUD) 09:00 01:15
JU 0151 27-Mar-23 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Budapest (BUD) 09:30 Belgrade (BEG) 10:35 01:05
JU 0152 27-Mar-23 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Belgrade (BEG) 13:30 Budapest (BUD) 14:45 01:15
JU 0153 27-Mar-23 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Budapest (BUD) 15:15 Belgrade (BEG) 16:20 01:05
JU 0154 27-Mar-23 Monday, Wednesday Belgrade (BEG) 20:15 Budapest (BUD) 21:30 01:15
JU 0154 31-Mar-23 Friday, Sunday Belgrade (BEG) 18:30 Budapest (BUD) 19:45 01:15
JU 0155 27-Mar-23 Monday, Wednesday Budapest (BUD) 22:00 Belgrade (BEG) 23:05 01:05
JU 0155 31-Mar-23 Friday, Sunday Budapest (BUD) 20:30 Belgrade (BEG) 21:35 01:05

*All times are local.

Starting on March 28, 2023, every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, our national airline will be flying to Ankara. The capital of Turkey radiates charm, tradition and authenticity, and the cosmopolitan spirit of the city can be felt at every step. The history of Ankara is fascinating, as evidenced by the remnants of Anatolian civilizations which can be seen in the museum on the southern side of the Ankara Castle. Known for the famous Anatolian Wine, Ankara is the biggest wine manufacturer in Turkey.

Flt Desg Eff Date Freq Dept Arp Dept Time Arvl Arp Arrv Time Block Time
JU 0808 28-Mar-23 Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Belgrade (BEG) 00:30 Ankara (ESB) 03:25 01:55
JU 0809 28-Mar-23 Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday Ankara (ESB) 04:10 Belgrade (BEG) 05:10 02:00

*All times are local.

Air Serbia will start operating flights to one of the most important port cities in the Mediterranean, Izmir, on April 15, 2023, every Wednesday and Saturday. Throughout history, Izmir has been a centre of commerce and culture, and because of its geographical position, it was the heart of naval trading routes. Today, it has a multicultural character, intertwining the East and the West, Europe, Africa and Asia. The city is a vault of natural beauty which exudes majesty, and is enriched by awe-inspiring sandy beaches and the turquoise Aegean Sea.

Flt Desg Eff Date Freq Dept Arp Dept Time Arvl Arp Arrv Time Block Time
JU 0820 15-Apr-23 Saturday Belgrade (BEG) 12:40 Izmir (ADB) 15:20 01:40
JU 0820 19-Apr-23 Wednesday Belgrade (BEG) 12:15 Izmir (ADB) 14:55 01:40
JU 0821 15-Apr-23 Saturday Izmir (ADB) 16:05 Belgrade (BEG) 16:55 01:50
JU 0821 19-Apr-23 Wednesday Izmir (ADB) 15:40 Belgrade (BEG) 16:30 01:50

*All times are local.

Finally, on December 9, 2023, Air Serbia’s JU702 flight took off from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport to Tianjin, and after a pause of 22 years, the national airline had thus again commenced direct flights to China. Flights on this route will be operated using wide-body A330-200 aircraft from Air Serbia’s long-haul fleet. Belgrade-Tianjin flights will be operated on Friday, with an average flight duration of 10 hours, while flights from Tianjin to Belgrade would be carried out on Sunday, and will last an average of 12 hours.

Above Photo: Air Servia. Tail portrait of Mihajlo Pupin.

Top Copyright Photo: Air Serbia Airbus A319-132 A6-SAA (msn 1140) LHR (SPA). Image: 959631.

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