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  • Joe Breitfeller

JetBlue and Air Serbia Sign New Codeshare Agreement

JetBlue has today announced the signing of a new codeshare partnership with Air Serbia. Under the agreement, JetBlue has placed their ‘B6’ code on Air Serbia’s flights from New York-JFK and Chicago to Belgrade, Serbia.

JetBlue and Air Serbia Expand Connectivity Between the U.S. and Serbia With New Codeshare Agreement - Courtesy JetBlue, Air Serbia

On Thursday (August 3, 2023), JetBlue announced the launch of a new codeshare partnership with Air Serbia. Under the agreement, JetBlue has placed their ‘B6’ code on Air Serbia-operated flights form New York (JFK) and Chicago (ORD) to Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG) in Belgrade, Serbia. In the future, JetBlue plans on placing their marketing code on other flights between Belgrade and other points across Europe. Likewise, Air Serbia plans on adding their ‘JU’ code on flights to 25 destinations across JetBlue’s network.

In Thursday’s announcement, JetBlue’s Chief Executive Officer, Robin Hayes, said,

“We continuously look to expand our partnerships to offer more options to our customers. Air Serbia has been a successful interline partner since 2016 and we see great potential with this new codeshare. We welcome customers from Air Serbia aboard our flights, so they can experience our low fares and great service.”

Also commenting on the new codeshare partnership, Air Serbia’s Chief Executive Officer, Jiri Marek, added,

“We are very pleased with the future collaboration with JetBlue and believe that this significantly enhances the travel possibilities between the United States and destinations within the Air Serbia network, especially those in the broader Balkan region.”

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.

JetBlue is ‘New York’s Hometown Airline®’ and a leading carrier in Boston (BOS), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), Los Angeles (LAX), Orlando (MCO) and San Juan (SJU). The airline carries guests to over 100 destinations across the U.S., Caribbean, Latin America, the United Kingdom (London Heathrow and Gatwick), Paris, and Amsterdam (from late summer 2023). JetBlue Airways Corporation trades on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol JBLU.

Source(s): JetBlue, Air Serbia

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