Israeli Airline Arkia to Operate Flights to Belgrade from Tel Aviv

Arkia Israeli Airlines, a prominent carrier based in Tel Aviv, has announced plans to resume its service between Tel Aviv and Belgrade. The airline is set to restore flights on November 10, marking a significant step in the resumption of international travel.


The carrier will maintain two weekly rotations between the two cities, operating on Mondays and Fridays. The flights will be serviced by the airline's 122-seat Embraer E195 aircraft. Tickets for these flights are now available for purchase through the airline’s website.


This move comes after the airline last operated its service between the two cities on September 11. The resumption of flights is seen as a positive sign for the aviation industry, which has been severely impacted by the ongoing global situation. The decision to resume flights is also a testament to the strong ties between Israel and Serbia. The two countries have a history of cooperation in various fields, including tourism. The resumption of flights is expected to boost tourism and strengthen economic ties between the two nations.

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Arkia Israeli Airlines' decision to resume flights to Belgrade is a welcome development for travelers and the aviation industry alike. It signifies a step towards normalcy and the resumption of international travel. As the world continues to navigate the challenges posed by the global situation, the return of these flights offers a glimmer of hope for the future of international travel.

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