Air Serbia has removed 11 destinations from its flight schedule for the summer season, the ExYuAviation portal said on Wednesday.
“According to the latest Air Serbia flight schedule, the company will not fly to Barcelona, Beirut, Cairo, Kyiv, Krasnodar, Madrid, Malta, Nice, Pula, Venice and Zadar. The suspension of those flights has been extended to October 31 when the winter season starts and some seasonal lines won’t be restored before 2022,” the portal said.
It said that Air Serbia will fly to two new destinations – Oslo and Geneva while other airlines will fly from Belgrade to Barcelona, Kyiv and Malta.
“Air Serbia is planning 10,770 regular flights from Belgrade not including charter flights, most of those to Podgorica, Tivat, Zurich, Vienna, Paris and Tirana,” it said and added that the Serbian national air carrier will have 1,245,208 seats for sale on its flights. The portal said that Air Serbia retired its Boeing 737-300 aircraft and will now be flying A320 on 60 percent of its flights, ATR 72 aircraft for 37 percent and the A330-200 for about 2 percent.
Air Serbia is planning to fly to Han, Nuremberg, Hanover, Saltzburg and Tivat from the airport in Nis as well as to Vienna from Kraljevo, exyuaviation said.
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