As Croatia prepares for another busy tourist season, Air Serbia is making its own preparations.
Good news for Serbian tourists planning on visiting the Croatian coast this summer, as Air Serbia has announced additional flights for 2016 for all three of its coastal routes on the Adriatic, reports Aerocraotia on January 20, 2016.
Air Serbia will service Pula, Split and Belgrade from the capital Belgrade, with the first seasonal flights starting in mid-May and running until the end of October.
Incoming tourism from Serbia is steadily on the rise after interruptions caused by the regional conflict in the 1990s, and direct flights from Belgrade to Split, for example, have only recently been introduced after a break of more than 20 years.
The news will also be welcome to international visitors from more distant starting points. Since the partnership with Etihad and the formation of Air Serbia, Belgrade has become an increasingly important international hub, and wth Air Serbia connecting to long-distance destinations such as Australia, and flights to New York planned, the Belgrade connection could prove a convenient connection for many. This season’s timetables are available below.