Air Serbia schedules Europe-wide network growth over summer

Air Serbia has scheduled notable frequency growth across its European network for the upcoming summer season, which begins on March 26. The carrier is set to increase its number of flights from Belgrade to Zagreb, Skopje, Tirana, Pula, Larnaca, Barcelona, Rome, Vienna, Prague, Bologna, Madrid and Dusseldorf, with additional tweaks to the schedule expected. A number of destinations will now have the same number of frequencies or exceed the number of flights which were operated during the pre-pandemic 2019 summer season. The frequency growth will complement the airline’s plans to inaugurate 22 new routes over the coming months.

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The Serbian carrier has scheduled double daily operations from Belgrade to Zagreb, Skopje and Tirana during the 2023 summer season. All three will exceed their 2019 frequencies when flights were maintained eleven weekly, twelve weekly and nine weekly respectively. Operations to Prague will grow to eleven weekly, up from daily in 2019. Services to Larnaca will be doubled from daily to double daily. Air Serbia will more than double frequencies to Barcelona, from two weekly in 2019 and four weekly in 2022 to nine weekly rotations this coming summer. Services to Rome will be increased from daily to twelve weekly, while flights to Vienna will run a record eighteen times per week, up from fourteen. Passengers headed to Madrid will have an additional weekly flight at their disposal for a total of three weekly compared to both last year and 2019, while Dusseldorf will be increased to daily, up from five weekly in 2019.

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The airline will also restore pre-pandemic frequencies on its seasonal operations to Pula, with a total of four weekly rotations. Services will resume a week earlier than initially planned, on June 8, and will end a week later than planned, on September 28. Flights to Bologna, which were inaugurated last summer with three weekly flights, are being increased to five weekly rotations. The airline is in the process of finalising its summer network with additional frequency increases expected. The carrier is also set to soon unveil its 22nd new destination for the year so far.

Source: EX-YU Aviation News

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