Croatian Aviation reports that the Serbian national airline will launch routes to two destinations in Croatia – Split and Dubrovnik from the end of May.
Namely, Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, will resume its seasonal routes to two destinations in Croatia – Dubrovnik and Split, after the winter break (slightly longer due to the impact of the global pandemic).
As we announced earlier, Air Serbia will not operate on the other three seasonal routes in Croatia this year, to Pula, Rijeka, and Zadar, solely due to reduced demand caused by the global pandemic.
The Belgrade – Dubrovnik Airport – Belgrade line will be in operation from Friday, May 28. Two flights a week have been announced, every Monday and Friday afternoon.
The Belgrade – Split Airport – Belgrade line will also operate from June 28, on the same days as the line to Dubrovnik.
ATR75 and A319 aircraft have been announced on both routes, depending on travel dates and the demand for individual flights. The company currently plans to increase the number of weekly operations on both lines as early as June by introducing a third weekly flight. In the peak summer season, the number of operations should be significantly higher.
Along with Split and Dubrovnik, Air Serbia operates on a year-round route between Belgrade and Zagreb. In June, the company will have five flights a week on this route, every Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Ex Yu Aviation reported that Air Serbia recorded its busiest since the pandemic on April 30 (Good Friday for Orthodox Christians), when they carried 5,324 passengers (4,758 on scheduled flights and the remaining 566 on charters).
“This would be an excellent result even before the pandemic”, the airline said.
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