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Air Serbia is the flag carrier and largest airline of Serbia.
Air Serbia began operations in October 2013 and has its hub at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. The airline was formerly known as Jat Airways.
Air Serbia flies to many destinations including Abu Dhabi, Amsterdam, Athens, Banja Luka, Beirut, Belgrade, Berlin, Brussels, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Dubrovnik, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Gothenburg, Istanbul, Larnaca, Moscow, Milan, Paris, Podgorica, Prague, Malta, Sttuttgart, Tivat, Varna and Vienna.
Air Serbia has codeshare agreements with many airlines including Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot, airBaltic, Air Berlin, Air France, Air China, Etihad Airwyas, KLM, LOT, Bulgaria Air and TAROM. Air Serbia began its operation in 2013 and is the legal successor of the companies Aeroput (1927), Yugoslav Airlines (1947) and Jat Airways (2003).
Air Serbia offers transport to overseas and international destinations in Asia, Australia and the USA through our codeshare partners and thanks to our strategic partner and shareholder Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates.
Air Serbia (JU) started flying to Venice four times a week, the Serbian airline announced. Venice will be the third destination in Italy flown by Air Serbia, besides Milan and Rome.
Air Serbia made history by launching a five-per-week transatlantic service between Belgrade and New York with Airbus A330 aircraft. The service reconnects Serbia and the United States with a non-stop Serbian-operated flight after a break of over 20 years.
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3rd Jul 2017
Air Serbia's charter brand Aviolet sets new heights this summer
Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, is recording strong travel demand for its Aviolet charter flights this summer. So far the airline is set to operate approximately 600 return charter flights to popular destinations during the holiday season, in comparison to roughly 530 last year.
The Aviolet network has expanded to 23 cities across five countries this year, enabling leisure travellers to fly to summer hotspots such as Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca in Spain, Kefalonia and Heraklion in Greece, Palermo and Rimini in Italy, as well as Bodrum and Antalya in Turkey, and Enfida in Tunisia. The flights will be operated on a fleet of three Boeing B737-300 aircraft that have a comfortable all-economy cabin with 144 seats.
25th April 2017
Air Serbia is considering a 5 year development plan to renew ots regional fleet of 6 ATR72s
Several options are being looked into but will still keep the current ATRs as an aircraft type, because the ATR are great economics. It is not as fast as the Dash 8-400 and does not carry as many people but on the short routes that we employ those aircraft the ATR is the perfect aircraft. The 5 year plan, also sees Air Serbia reviewing the potential of its charter subsidiary Aviolet with an eye to expanding its offering.
Air Serbia cancelled the Belgrade - Istanbul Ataturk route due to new codeshare agreement with AtlasGlobal.
This took place since 15th March 2017 and AtlasGlobal already serve this route.
In February 2017 Air Serbia and Montenegro Airlines announce codeshare expansion:
This will see 17 routes operated by Air Serbia carrying Montenegro Airlines’ YM-coded flight numbers. From the first week of January 2017, planned codeshare routes include the following:
Montenegro Airlines operated by Air Serbia
Belgrade – Abu Dhabi
Belgrade – Athens
Belgrade – Banja Luka
Belgrade – Berlin Tegel
Belgrade – Bucharest
Belgrade – Copenhagen
Belgrade – Dusseldorf
Belgrade – Frankfurt
Belgrade – London Heathrow
Belgrade – Moscow Shremetyevo
Belgrade – Paris CDG
Belgrade – Podgorica
Belgrade – Prague
Belgrade – Sarajevo
Belgrade – Skopje
Belgrade – Sofia
Belgrade – Stockholm Arlanda
In December 2016, Air Serbia gas announced it is to launch a direct line to China. In June 2016, Air Serbia launched a regular service between Belgrade and New York, the first direct flight connection between Serbia and the U.S. in 24 years. The route is serviced five times a week by a 254-seat Airbus A330 wide-body twin-engine jet airliner. In 2013, Etihad Airways signed a strategic partnership deal to acquire 49% of then state-owned JAT Airways while getting a five-year management contract for the airline and rebranding it to Air Serbia in October of the same year. The remaining 51% of the carrier are held by the Serbian government. In December 2016, Air Serbia has assisted its Etihad Airways Partner, Air Seychelles, with the provision of a replacement Airbus A330 aircraft following a disruption to the island carrier’s Paris-CDG service. The national airline of Serbia operated it’s first-ever flight from Seychelles’ main island of Mahé to Belgrade on Wednesday 7 November with more than 200 guests onboard, who then connected onwards to Paris-CDG. The operation follows a similar deployment of Air Serbia’s Boeing 737-300 aircraft last month to another Etihad Airways Partner, airberlin.
In October 2016, Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, has launched a promotion offering discounted fares for guests travelling in Economy Class without checked-in luggage.The offer applies to travellers flying between Belgrade and Athens, Frankfurt, Vienna and Zurich between 1 November and 15 December 2016 and 15 January and 25 March 2017. Guests who hold this reservation can still take advantage of Air Serbia’s generous hand baggage allowance of 8kg. In October 2016, Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, announced from 1 to 30 November will be accepting guests from other airlines and also those not flying in Air Serbia business class into its luxurious Premium Lounge at Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport.
In September 2016, Air Serbia announced it was to extend Hamburg flights to year-round following successful summer introduction. Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, will extend its seasonal Hamburg service to year-round, following the new route's strong performance over the summer. From 4 October 2016 the airline will operate three weekly flights to Germany's biggest port city, which is home to more than 1.8 million people, as well as introduce a larger, 128-seat Airbus A319 aircraft on the route. The new Airbus A319 service will replace the current service operated on an 86-seat Bombardier CRJ-900 aircraft leased from Adria Airways, increasing the weekly seat capacity by 12 per cent to 768 seats and offering guests new business class booking options.
In August 2016, Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, and Montenegro Airlines, the flag carrier of Montenegro, have signed a codeshare agreement that provides travellers with greater air connectivity when flying between Europe, the Middle East and North America. As part of the deal, Air Serbia will deepen its air links to Montenegro by placing its “JU” code on Montenegro Airlines’ flights between Belgrade and Podgorica and Tivat. In addition, the Serbian carrier will codeshare on services between Podgorica and Rome. In return, Montenegro Airlines will tap into Air Serbia’s growing network by adding its “YM” code on Air Serbia’s flights between Belgrade and 32 destinations, including Tivat and Podgorica. This will provide unprecedented access between the two countries and offer Montenegro Airlines’ passengers convenient travel options to major cities such as New York, Abu Dhabi, Paris and London via the Serbian capital.
Air Serbia has announced it will launch a third direct destination in Russia. Russian authorities have permitted Belgrade-based Air Serbia to add Krasnodar as a third destination in Russia.mAir Serbia can operate up to 7X-weekly services, Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia. Last year, Air Serbia began 3X-weekly Airbus A319 Belgrade-Saint Petersburg service. The carrier also operates on Belgrade-Moscow Sheremetyevo routes.In February, Air Serbia announced it would suspend Belgrade-Istanbul service from March 14. In March 2017, Air Serbia also announced that it would send Airbus to Zagreb. From March 22nd 2017, one of the first commercial flights will be Belgrade - Zurich and an Airbus A330-200 aircraft will be used for this occassion.
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