As from 1 June 2020, the Serbian national company will offer three flights per week (Airbus A319) between its base in Belgrade Nikola Tesla and Geneva. This aircraft has 8 seats in Business class and 136 in economy class.
Overall, Air Serbia will launch six new routes from Belgrade, namely Geneva, Florence, Amman, Rostov (Russia), Lviv (Ukraine) and Chisinau (Moldova).
Departures from Geneva are scheduled for Mondays and Wednesdays at 09:55 (arrival at 11:50), as well as Fridays at 20:50 (arrival at 22:45). As for the return, the flights depart Serbia on Mondays and Wednesdays at 07:05 and Fridays at 18:00 (arrivals at 09:10 and 20:05 respectively). Air Serbia will compete with easyJet on this route.
Serbia’s national airline serves a total of 63 destinations throughout Europe, the Mediterranean, the Middle East, North America and Africa. It has a strategic partnership with Etihad Airways, already present in Geneva. Its fleet consists of around twenty aircraft, mainly made up of the Airbus A319/320 type.
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