• Joe Breitfeller

Air Serbia Will Resume Service Between Belgrade and Pula From July 11, 2021

Starting July 11th, Air Serbia will restart service between Belgrade and Pula on the Adriatic coast in Croatia, complementing existing service to Dubrovnik and Split. The carrier will offer two weekly flights on Thursdays and Sundays.


Air Serbia to Resume Belgrade-Pula Service From July 11, 2021 - Courtesy Air Serbia

On Friday (June 25, 2021), Air Serbia announced the restart of service between Belgrade and Pula from July 11, 2021. Located on the Adriatic coast of Croatia, Pula is the carrier’s third Croatian destination after Split and Dubrovnik. Air Serbia will offer twice-weekly service to the popular destination in Istria on Thursdays and Sundays through September 12, 2021. The flight schedule on the Belgrade-Pula route has been timed to provide seamless connections on Air Serbia’s network via their Belgrade hub.


In Friday’s announcement, Air Serbia’s Head of Sales, Boško Rupić, said


"We are glad that, in addition to Dalmatia, we are able to offer a direct air link to Istria, a very popular summer destination. From Pula, our passengers can easily access the attractive nearby resorts, which further expands their ability to plan and organize their vacations.”


Air Serbia has operated summer seasonal service to Pula since 2008, with the exception of summer 2020, due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.


Air Serbia's Summer 2021 Belgrade-Pula Schedule - Courtesy Air Serbia

Source: Air Serbia