- Joe Breitfeller
Air Serbia Resumes Service Between Belgrade and Tel Aviv
After an over three year hiatus due to the pandemic, Air Serbia resumed service between Belgrade and Tel Aviv on Thursday (April 6th), with flight JU812 taking off at 13:30. The route will operate three times weekly, increasing to four weekly flights from May 8, 2023.
On Thursday (April 6, 2023), Air Serbia announced the resumption of service between Belgrade and Tel Aviv for the first time in over three years, with flight JU812 departing Belgrade at 13:30. Upon arrival at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, the flight was greeted with an official welcome. The route will be operated with an Airbus A319 three times weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays through May 7th, while a fourth weekly flight on Mondays will be added from May 8, 2023. Located on the Mediterranean Sea, Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel. The modern cosmopolitan city offers visitors a unique blend of art, culture, archaeology, entertainment and tourism.
In Thursday’s announcement, Air Serbia’s Head of Network Planning and Scheduling, Bojan Aranđelović, said,
“Tel Aviv is one of the most modern centres in the Middle East. By bringing this cosmopolitan city back into our network of destinations, we have opened the doors of Israel to everyone who wants to visit it. Only fifty kilometers away lies Jerusalem, a city whose history goes back to the fourth millennium BC, making it one of the oldest in the world. The average length of the Tel Aviv flight is two hours and fifty minutes and will be operated by Airbus A319 aircraft.”
Air Serbia was launched under their current name in October 2013, as the national airline of the Republic of Serbia. The carrier offers service from Belgrade, Niš and Kraljevo to over 70 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, North America and Africa with both passenger and cargo flights. Air Serbia also offers service to Asia, Australia, North America and Africa via codeshare partners. The airline’s fleet consists of 19 aircraft, including one Airbus A330, 12 Airbus A320 Family and six ATR-72 Family turboprop aircraft.
Source: Air Serbia