Air SERBIA, the national airline of Serbia, is offering more travel choices in the first half of 2014, with services being launched to six new destinations in Europe and the Middle East.
Flights will commence to Beirut (Lebanon), Budapest (Hungary), Sofia (Bulgaria) and Varna (Bulgaria) on 30 March 2014, followed by Kiev (Ukraine) and Warsaw (Poland) on 29 May 2014.
The new routes will increase the total number of destinations on Air SERBIA’s international network to 35, a growth rate of 20 percent in comparison to the present number.
Daily services will be available to Budapest, Kiev, Sofia and Warsaw, while Beirut and Varna will commence with three flights a week and increase to daily frequencies from June 2014.
The new services offer connections through Air SERBIA’s hub at Nikola Tesla Airport, Belgrade, to numerous destinations across Europe, including Paris, Amsterdam, Prague, Rome, Milan, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf, Berlin, Zurich, Brussels, and Moscow.
International connections are also offered to Asia, Australia and the Americas through its codeshare partners and shareholding equity partner Etihad Airways.