Air Serbia plans to resume flights on May 18. Flights Belgrade - Bucharest, from June 15.
Update May 14, 2020: In a notification, Air Serbia announces that it is postponing the resumption of flights from Belgrade to Bucharest until June 15.
Belgrade - Bucharest flight schedule, from June 15
JU 647 Bucharest 05:10 - 05:40 Belgrade on Saturday
JU 643 Bucharest 15:40 - 16:10 Belgrade Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday
JU 646 Belgrade 00:30 - 02:55 Bucharest on Saturday
JU 642 Belgrade 12:45 - 15:10 Bucharest Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday
Initial news May 8, 2020: Air Serbia, the national carrier of the Republic of Serbia, has announced that it will resume limited flights from 18 May, increasing to a much wider operational program from 1 June 2020. Starting May 18, limited operations will be launched from Belgrade to London Heathrow, Frankfurt, Zurich and Vienna.
The final flight schedule will depend on the decisions taken at national and international level. Travel restrictions and health measures imposed in countries served by Air Serbia need to be re-evaluated. It is very important that flight bans are lifted.
Air Serbia plans to resume flights on May 18
The flights will be operated according to a provisional schedule, which will be public on the airline's website - airserbia.com and will be changed along the way.
In the summer season, Air Serbia will operate flights to certain destinations as planned at the beginning of the year, other routes will be operated on reduced frequencies. There will also be suspended routes.
Starting June 1, Air Serbia will operate normally to destinations such as: Podgorica, Zurich, Vienna, Paris, Tirana, Zagreb, Skopje, Bucharest, London, Sarajevo, Sofia, Frankfurt, Brussels, Kiev, Krasnodar, Zadar and Nice.
Air Serbia will optimize the number of weekly flights to: Tivat, Ljubljana, Athens, Thessaloniki, Amsterdam, Prague, Moscow, Berlin, Rome, Istanbul, Milan, Dusseldorf, Dubrovnik, Split, Larnaca, Copenhagen, Stuttgart, New York, Banjaluka, Tel Aviv, Stockholm, Venice, Pula, Barcelona , St. Petersburg and Madrid.
For now, Air Serbia will not operate flights to: Helsinki, Lviv, Amman, Florence, Chisinau, Rostov-on-Don, Malta, Geneva, Cairo, Beirut and Rijeka.
Air Serbia will implement all necessary safety measures on its flights, in accordance with the highest standards of safety and hygiene. The instructions of national and international regulatory bodies will also be followed. As always, the safety of passengers and crew remains the airline's priority.
Some flights to a limited number of destinations may be scheduled earlier, ie before 1 June. If the general conditions allow these flights to be arranged, Air Serbia will immediately notify its passengers.
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