Air Serbia to Resume Service Between Belgrade and Rome From April 30, 2021
Air Serbia will resume twice-weekly service between Belgrade and Rome from April 30th, with flights operating on Mondays and Fridays. Subject to the epidemiological situation and travel restrictions, the carrier plans on adding a third flight on Sundays from June 13th.
On Tuesday (March 23, 2021), Air Serbia announced the resumption of flights between Belgrade and Rome. The carrier will offer twice-weekly service on the route from April 30, 2021, which will operate on Mondays and Fridays. Depending on the state of the pandemic and related travel restrictions, Air Serbia plans on adding a third frequency on the route starting June 13, 2021, which will operate on Sundays. Air Serbia will be the only carrier connecting Serbia to Italy and will offer up to 864 seats weekly in both directions for summer 2021.
Speaking on the resumption of service to Rome, Air Serbia’s General Manager, Commercial and Strategy, Jiri Malek, said,
“We are glad to re-establish the air link to Italy, and add another destination to our current network. We are committed to re-establishing our network whenever the epidemiological situation and consequent travel restriction allow us to do so and we aim to offer wider scale connectivity to Serbia and entire region. Italy represents a very important market for us, not only because it is traditionally interesting to our passengers, but also because of its importance in terms of economic cooperation and trade.”
Air Serbia will also offer excellent connectivity for guests traveling between Rome and Belgrade with seamless onward connections to Athens, Bucharest, Dubrovnik, Istanbul, New York, Podgorica, Sarajevo, Skopje, Sofia Thessaloniki, Split, Tivat and Tirana. The airline discontinued Belgrade-Rome service due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Source: Air Serbia