Following the recent agreement reached between the Serbian and Turkish Civil Aviation authorities, Air Serbia, the national airline of Serbia, announces its return to Istanbul’s Kemal Ataturk Airport as of 1 August 2014.
The Istanbul flights offer excellent connections through Air Serbia’s Belgrade hub at Nikola Tesla Airport to numerous key destinations across Europe including: Amsterdam, Berlin, Stockholm, Paris, Dusseldorf, Copenhagen, Brussels, Prague, Rome, Vienna, Milan, Warsaw, Zurich, Stuttgart, as well as the popular Adriatic coast destination of Tivat.
There are also connections to the key regional cities of Podgorica, Ljubljana, and Budapest. In cooperation with Etihad Regional, the flight also connects to Etihad Regional’s hub in Geneva.
The daily Belgrade – Istanbul route will be operated by an Airbus A319 aircraft in a 2 class cabin configuration with eight business class and 120 economy class seats.
In line with the new livery and modern aircraft, the on-board service proposition has also been refreshed with new menu options, a complimentary bar service and improved inflight entertainment offering more choices for guests flying with Air Serbia.