Air Serbia to fly to Rome again: Date of first flight between Serbian and Italian capitals announced
Flights between the Serbian and Italian capitals will be taking place twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays
Air Serbia will renew direct air traffic on the route between Belgrade and Rome starting April 30, the Serbian airline announced.
Flights between the Serbian and Italian capitals will be taking place twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays.
The plan is to, depending on the epidemiological situation and consequent travel restrictions, introduce a third weekly flight on Sundays, starting June 13.
Air Serbia will be the only carrier connecting Serbia and Italy and will offer up to 864 seats a week in both directions during the summer season.
"We are working on renewing the network of destinations, wherever the epidemiological situation and travel restrictions allow it, and our goal is to offer good connections with Serbia and the entire region," said Commercial and Strategy General Manager Jiri Marek.
"Italy is an extremely important market for us, which is not only traditionally interesting for our passengers, but is also very important when it comes to economic cooperation and trade," he said.
Air Serbia suspended direct flights between Belgrade and Rome in March 2020 due to the situation caused by the global coronavirus pandemic.
These flights were renewed in July 2020, but then stopped again two weeks later due to the deteriorating epidemiological situation in Europe.
The national carrier will offer good network connectivity from Rome via Belgrade to Athens, Bucharest, Dubrovnik, Istanbul, New York, Podgorica, Sarajevo, Skopje, Sofia, Thessaloniki, Split, Tivat and Tirana.
According to a statement, passengers will also have good connections to Rome via Belgrade from Athens, Bucharest, Dubrovnik, Istanbul, London, Podgorica, Sarajevo, Skopje, Sofia, Thessaloniki, Tirana and Split.
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