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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Air Serbia re-introduced flight bans and travel restrictions and is forced to further adjust its destination network in the coming period.

The planned recommencement of flights to a certain number of destinations will be postponed for a few weeks, while the traffic to certain destinations will be performed with a reduced number of weekly frequencies. Air Serbia’s flights to three destinations from its network will be temporarily suspended for a longer period.

Air Serbia, subject to the current travel restrictions, plans to renew flights to Rome, Milan and Bucharest from 16 August, instead of 1 August, when the recommencement of flights was originally planned. In addition, the Serbian national airline plans to re-establish flights to Brussels, after a break in August, on 27 August, and flights to Venice starting on 31 August. Flights to Moscow and Tel Aviv, whose recommencement was originally planned for August, have now been moved to 1 September.

Air Serbia’s routes to Madrid starting from 29 July, to Nice starting from 8 August, as well as to Kiev starting from 31 August, will be temporarily suspended. The recommencement of the mentioned routes is planned for the summer season next year.

All affected passengers will be informed about the change in schedule and about their new travel options. The airline is providing all possible assistance to affected passengers.

Air Serbia regrets any potential inconveniences passengers might have experienced.

For more information, passengers are advised to call the airline’s Contact Centre on 0800 111 528 from Serbia or +381 11 311 21 23 from abroad, to visit airserbia.com or airline’s social media pages.

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