Air Serbia will operate five weekly flights to Bucharest in the winter season 2021-2022
The winter season 2021/2022 starts on October 31st. However, due to fluctuations in the demand for travel requirements, airlines plan their monthly operations very carefully. Most reservations are made no later than ten days before departure. Even Air Serbia will have a cautious approach during the winter and will adjust its operational schedule to market changes.
"Our plans for the next period have a certain degree of caution. We carefully observe all developments and react quickly to market demand"Recently, Air Serbia CEO Jiri Marek said.
November is considered one of the slowest months for the aviation industry even in the best of times. As Serbian citizens and residents still have entry restrictions in several European countries, Air Serbia intends to operate 1580 scheduled flights.
178224 seats for the operations scheduled for November were put up for sale. Air Serbia will primarily use its Airbus A319 aircraft fleet, which will be operated on 58% of all flights, followed by the ATR72 aircraft fleet on 39% of flights, the A320 on 2% and the A330-200 with 1% on all scheduled services.
Air Serbia will maintain flights to 37 destinations, of which 36 will be operated from Belgrade and one scheduled flight from Nis and Kraljevo. The table below shows the planned destinations and frequencies of the airline for November, which is correct at the time of publication of this article.
Other changes may occur in the coming weeks. It shows the planned carrier network of Belgrade, the airline will also operate two weekly flights between Niš and Hahn, as well as two weekly services between Kraljevo and Vienna. Destinations with one or more daily flights are marked in blue. Air Serbia will also perform a number of charter flights next month.
As can be seen, Air Serbia will also fly to Romania, with five weekly flights scheduled on the route Belgrade - Bucharest.