Air Serbia will launch three weekly flights between Belgrade and Cairo from May 15, 2023. Flights from Belgrade will operate with an Airbus A319 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, while the return flight will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
On Tuesday (January 31, 2023), Air Serbia announced the launch of new three times weekly flights between Belgrade and Cairo from May 15, 2023. The route will be operated with an Airbus A319, departing Belgrade on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The return flight will depart Cairo on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Tickets are now available for purchase with one-way Economy Class fares from €183. With the new route, inbound passengers to Belgrade will enjoy seamless onward connections to Amsterdam, Berlin, Bari, Paris, Dusseldorf, Rome, London, Ljubljana, Madrid, Milan, Prague, Tivat, Vienna, Zurich, Zagreb and other destinations in Air Serbia’s network.
In today’s announcement, Air Serbia’s General Manager – Commercial and Strategy,
“The culture and history of Egypt garner a lot of attention from tourists across the globe, and the specific climate makes the country of pharaohs attractive throughout the entire year. By listening to the needs of passengers in Serbia, as well as the broader Balkan region, we have decided to introduce scheduled direct flights between Belgrade and Cairo. Our company has been operating flights to the capital of Egypt since the summer of 2019, and we are glad that we now have the opportunity to reconnect two friendly countries.”
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