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The national airline of Serbia, Air Serbia, due to increased demand, will increase the number of flights on certain routes to which it is currently operating to until 14 June 2020

Instead of the planned total of 16 flights to London (Heathrow), Vienna, Zurich and Frankfurt, until 14 June, Air Serbia will perform as many as 70 return flights.

In addition, Air Serbia will also fly to New York, Amsterdam, Paris, as well as to regional destinations, such as Ljubljana, Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Podgorica and Tivat. There is a possibility of introducing additional flights if demand arises, which Air Serbia will inform its passengers in a timely manner.

According to the latest state of affairs, when it comes to the region, flights to Podgorica and Tivat will recommence on 7 June, and flights to Skopje on 15 June.

“After the recommencement of flights on 21 May, our traffic is progressively increasing based on demand,” said Duncan Naysmith, Air Serbia CEO.