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Air Serbia to Resume Service Between Belgrade and Malta From October 31, 2022

Air Serbia will resume direct flights between Belgrade and Malta from October 31, 2022. The route will be operated twice weekly on Mondays and Fridays and will be serviced with an Airbus A319.

Air Serbia Airbus A319 - Courtesy Air Serbia

On Tuesday (September 27, 2022), Air Serbia announced that they will resume service between Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade and Malta starting October 31, 2022. The route will be operated twice weekly on Mondays and Fridays with an Airbus A319. Customers traveling from Malta will enjoy convenient one stop connections via Belgrade to many popular destinations including Amsterdam, Berlin, Paris, Copenhagen, Rome, Ljubljana, Stockholm, Oslo, Prague, Stuttgart, Zurich, Hannover, Nuremberg, Lyon, among others. The carrier originally suspended service to Malta in September 2019, and the subsequent restart was delayed due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

In Tuesday’s announcement, Air Serbia’s Head of Network Planning and Scheduling, Bojan Aranđelović, said,

“After carefully analyzing the market opportunities and listening to the needs of our passengers, we have decided to resume direct flights to Malta after three-year break. We as an airline have long history of flying to Malta, as Air Serbia and its predecessors, JAT and Jat Airways, have been flying to this destination since the late sixties. We are happy to offer to our passengers another attractive holiday destination especially during the winter season and having Malta back to our continuously growing network confirms our commitment to creating more opportunities for travel.”

Air Serbia's Schedule Between Belgrade and Malta - Courtesy Air Serbia

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 60 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 17 aircraft, including one widebody, 20 narrowbody and six turboprop aircraft.

Source: Air Serbia


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