Winter 2022/23 – Air Serbia
Air Serbia has planned a noticeable growth in frequencies on its network this winter season, which started yesterday and will continue until March 25 next year. The carrier is expected to increase the number of flights from its original plan from Belgrade to Amsterdam, Athens, Berlin, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Ljubljana, London Heathrow, Milan, Moscow, Podgorica, Prague, Rome, St. Petersburg, Sarajevo, Skopje, Stockholm, Tivat, Tirana, Vienna and Zagreb. Additionally, nearly all of the routes the company launched during the past summer season have been extended through the winter months. They include Bologna, Hannover, Kazan, Lyon, Nuremberg, Salzburg, Sochi and Valencia.
The airline is increasing the number of destinations that will now have the same frequencies or exceed the number of flights that were operated during part of the 2019/20 winter season, in the run-up to the coronavirus pandemic. They include Amsterdam, Athens, Berlin, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Larnaca, Madrid, Milan, Moscow, New York, Paris, Podgorica, Rome, Sarajevo, Saint Petersburg, Sofia, Tirana, Tivat, Venice and Vienna. Additionally, the carrier plans to launch a new weekly service to Tianjin in December and restore two weekly flights to Tel Aviv in late November or early December. These are not yet scheduled. In addition, the carrier will launch a new twice-weekly service to Malta, which will be inaugurated this afternoon.
The carrier will continue to maintain two weekly flights from Niš to Cologne, Hahn, Istanbul and Ljubljana, as well as a four-week domestic service to Belgrade. In addition, it will launch a two-week limited holiday service to Zurich. However, he said flights could be extended through the rest of the winter. “We are extremely pleased to be able to offer our passengers fast, non-stop service between Niš and Zurich during the New Year and Christmas holidays. Thus, we will maintain good connections between the largest Swiss city and the south of our country. For now, the flights are seasonal, but depending on the interest of passengers, we will consider its continuation,” the company said. During the winter, Air Serbia will also operate a twice-weekly service between Kraljevo and Istanbul.
Changes to the planned frequencies are possible. The 2022/23 winter operations of Croatia Airlines and Air Montenegro can be viewed by clicking on the respective links.