Air Serbia will resume flights to Italy on July 1, with the Belgrade-Milan flight first to be restored.
The Serbian airline will start flying to Rome from July 2, and to Venice the day after that. Air Serbia will fly to Milan and Rome every day, while flights to Venice will be three times a week, with a gradual increase in frequency.
The Serbian airline will be the first to re-establish flights between Serbia and Italy as soon as all restrictions are lifted.
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Once again, this confirms the great importance of the Italian market, both for Serbia and for the national airline, which has been flying to Italy since the 1950s.
“We are pleased to resume flights to Italy, which traditionally represents one of the most important markets for Serbia due to the numerous factors connecting the two countries, including strong economic cooperation, tourism and the diaspora,” said CEO of Air Serbia, Duncan Naysmith.
With the first 17 weekly flights and an extensive network of flights from the Serbian capital, the Serbian national airline will ensure a strong transport connection between Belgrade and Italy, as well as between Belgrad and other cities, Bucharest, Dubrovnik, Istanbul, Kyiv, Larnaca, Podgorica, Sarajevo, Skopje, Sofia, Split, Tel Aviv, Tivat and others.
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