Air Serbia and Air Europa have signed a codeshare agreement to provide guests with enhanced travel options between northern and southern Europe.
The agreement will see Air Serbia place its “JU” flight code on Air Europa’s daily services between Madrid and Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Milan and Rome, as well as on flights between Málaga, Valencia and Paris. Air Europa will, in return, codeshare on an average of 60 flights per week operated by Air Serbia between Belgrade and six European cities including Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, Milan, Paris and Rome.
Dane Kondić, Chief Executive Officer of Air Serbia, said:
“We are pleased to sign this codeshare agreement with Air Europa, which provides our guests with convenient, one-stop connections to three important Spanish cities that have a population catchment area of more than ten million people. The agreement has special significance as Serbia and Spain will next year celebrate the 100th anniversary of diplomatic relations being established in 1916, and we are confident that this friendship, and our growing economic ties, will continue to strengthen through these air links. We consider Air Europa to be a valued partner and look forward to building on this agreement in subsequent phases through additional connecting points, bringing our guests more choice and travel flexibility”.
Air Europa’s Chief Executive Officer, María José Hidalgo, expressed her “immense satisfaction regarding the agreement with Air Serbia, as it enables us to extend and consolidate our European routes, offering our passengers a choice of even more destinations, such as, in this case, the marvellous city of Belgrade”.
“Air Europa is continuing with its sustained growth, positioning itself on European routes in order to offer our customers a wide and varied choice of connections, with all the advantages and convenience of codeshare flights”, María José Hidalgo concluded.