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Air Serbia Relocates From Terminal 4 to Terminal 1 at New York-JFK

Today, Air Serbia has relocated from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport’s Terminal 4 to Terminal 1. Once completed, the airport’s refurbished international terminal will be the most spacious and modern terminal at JFK.

Artist's Rendering of the Renovated Terminal 1 at New York's JFK Airport - Courtesy Air Serbia

On Wednesday (June 2, 2021), Air Serbia announced that after operating out on New York-JFK’s Terminal 4 since 2016, as of today (June 3rd), they have relocated to Terminal 1, where the largest international carriers operate. Once the Terminal 1 reconstruction project at the airport is completed, it will be the most spacious and modern terminal at JFK. T he refurbished terminal will have four times the space of the existing space with 23 gates, encompassing the areas previously occupied by Terminal 1, 2, and the former Terminal 3.

In Wednesday’s announcement, Air Serbia’s Vice President – Americas, George Petkovíc, said,

“After recently introducing the latest addition to our fleet, the new Airbus A330 which we use on flights to New York, and significantly improving the service, we are extremely pleased that, on this occasion, we will contribute to an even better travel experience for our passengers. Soon, they will be able to enjoy more space and smaller crowds, and once the reconstruction is finished, Terminal 1 will offer them numerous benefits.”

Air Serbia, the national airline of Serbia, currently operates four weekly flights to New York-JFK on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The carrier plans on increasing the route frequencies during the summer season. The New York-Belgrade route is operated with an Airbus A330, registration YU-ARB, which has been named after the famous Serbian scientist, Nikola Tesla, and painted with a special livery.

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