Air Serbia will recommence direct flights on the Belgrade-Rome route on 30 April.
The flights between the Serbian and Italian capitals will be operated two times a week, on Mondays and Fridays. Depending on the epidemiological situation and the consequential travel restrictions, a third weekly flight will be introduced on Sundays, starting from 13 June.
Air Serbia will be the only airline connecting Serbia and Italy, offering up to 864 seats per week in both directions during the summer season.
JU 530 | 1234567 | Beograd (BEG) | 0710 | Rim (FCO) | 0845
JU 531 | 1234567 | Rim (FCO) | 0930| Beograd (BEG) | 1105
JU 534 | 1234567 | Beograd (BEG) | 1805 | Rim (FCO) | 1940
JU 535 | 1234567 | Rim (FCO) | 2100| Beograd (BEG) | 2235
JU 530 | 1234567 | Beograd (BEG) | 1800 | Rim (FCO) | 1935
JU 531 | 1234567 | Rim (FCO) | 2050| Beograd (BEG) | 2225
“We are glad to re-establish the air link to Italy and add another destination to our current network. We are committed to re-establishing our network whenever the epidemiological situation and consequent travel restrictions allow us to do so. We aim to offer wider-scale connectivity to Serbia and the entire region. Italy represents an important market for us, not only because it is traditionally interesting to our passengers, but also because of its importance in economic cooperation and trade,” said Jiri Marek, General Manager, Commercial and Strategy, Air Serbia.
The national airline will offer good connectivity from Rome through Belgrade to Athens, Bucharest, Dubrovnik, Istanbul, New York, Podgorica, Sarajevo, Skopje, Sofia, Thessaloniki, Split, Tivat, and Tirana, and vice versa. Air Serbia discontinued direct flights between Belgrade and Rome in March 2020 due to the situation caused by the global coronavirus pandemic.
The route was recommenced in July 2020 but was again discontinued two weeks later due to the worsened epidemiological condition in Europe.
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