5 airlines resume operations to Belgrade, Serbia airport. Others will stop the activity.
5 airlines are in the process of restoring flights to / from Belgrade, Serbia. In the last two weeks, LOT Polish Airlines, Aeroflot and Israir have resumed flights, with Tunisair resuming operations after a seven-month hiatus. And this weekend, Arkia Israeli will resume flights to Serbia.
5 airlines resume operations to Belgrade, Serbia
LOT Polish Airlines currently operates 4 weekly services in Warsaw, while Aeroflot operates two weekly rotations in Moscow.
Israir operates daily flights on the Tel Aviv - Belgrade route, and from October 17 will join the Israeli Arkia, which will operate 3 weekly rotations.
Tunisair will start today, October 13, on the route Belgrade - Tunis. The flights will be operated with Boeing 737-600 aircraft, this being the first flight on the route, after March 17, 2020. It will be a weekly flight, every Monday.
In addition to the 5 airlines mentioned above, other airlines currently serving Belgrade are: Air Serbia, Air France, Air Cairo, Austrian Airlines, Belavia, easyJet, Etihad Airways, Flydubai, Lufthansa, Montenegro Airlines, Pegasus, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Qatar Airways, Swiss and Wizz Air.
Belgrade officials say passenger traffic is plummeting. In the third quarter of 3, the number of passengers registered at Belgrade airport decreased by 2020% compared to the same period last year.
And the winter season is coming, when more and more airlines are expected to suspend operations from / to Belgrade. Air France will not serve Belgrade in the winter. Etihad Airways will take a 6-week break and there is a possibility that the suspension period may be extended. easyJet will not operate flights to / from Belgrade in November, and activity in December remains in question. Aegean Airlines and Alitalia will also not resume their flights to Belgrade from Athens and Rome