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Updated June 27, 2022

  • Joe Breitfeller

Air Serbia Adds Flights to Paris, Oslo, Larnaca and the Russian Federation

Air Serbia will increase the number of flights to Paris, Oslo and Larnaca in June, including up to 11 weekly flights to Paris. The carrier will also offer service to as many as four destinations in the Russian Federation, including seven weekly flights to Moscow.


Air Serbia Increases Flights to Paris, Oslo, Larnaca and the Russian Federation - Courtesy Air Serbia

On Monday (May 10, 2021), Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, announced an increase in flight frequencies to Paris, Oslo and Larnaca from June 2021. The carrier will offer up to 11 weekly flights to Paris, a near return to pre-pandemic levels. Flights to Paris will be operated daily and twice on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. From June 20th, Air Serbia will also add another flight to Gardermoen Airport in Norway, only 49 kilometers from Oslo, expanding the route frequency to three times weekly. The airline will also add a fifth weekly frequency to Larnaca starting June 7th, with a new flight on Mondays.


In Monday’s announcement, Air Serbia’s General Manager – Commercial and Strategy, Jiri Marek, said,


“Having in mind that the peak of the season is close, and that with it, the demand for flights is growing, we have decided to introduce additional flight to Paris and enable even better connections to our passengers. France represents a strategically important market for us, with strong economic and business ties and a large diaspora from Serbia and other countries of the region. We are glad that we managed to quickly restore traffic between Serbia and France, and we are proud that we have for a long time stood out as the only airline on this route.”


Air Serbia Increases Flights to Paris, Oslo and Larnaca - Courtesy Air Serbia

In an earlier press release on Friday May 7, 2021, Air Serbia announced that they will increase their flight offer to destinations in the Russian Federation. The carrier will offer service to as many as four Russian destinations, including seven weekly flights to Moscow from June 2021. Air Serbia will also resume flights to Krasnodar from June 4th and to St. Petersburg starting June 8th. Additionally, the airline will launch new twice-weekly service to Rostov-on-Don starting June 4, 2021.


Speaking on the increase service to the Russian Federation, Air Serbia’s Mr. Marek, said,


“We continue to react quickly to all changes in the travel restrictions in order to make use of every opportunity that arises. The Russian Federation represents a strategically extremely important market for us, and we are very glad that we will soon be able to operate flights to as many as four destinations in this great country. We are especially proud of the fact that, after Oslo and Geneva, we will be launching flights to Rostov-on-Don, as the third completely new destination in our network since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, and the second one this year.”


Air Serbia Increases Service to the Russian Federation - Courtesy Air Serbia

Source: Air Serbia