Air Serbia will start direct year-round routes to seven new destinations from June 2019.
The Serbian national carrier will fly from Belgrade to Kiev, Madrid, Barcelona, Rijeka, Krasnodar, Helsinki and Cairo as well as two seasonal flights to Nice and Zadar.
In addition to the new destinations, Air Serbia will add more depth to its network with additional frequencies on its busiest existing routes, including Zurich, Paris and Dubrovnik.
Air Serbia’s chief executive officer, Duncan Naysmith said: “We are very proud to be able to connect the Serbian capital to new cities, adding breadth and depth to our network by providing our passengers the choice to choose from 49 direct destinations, which the national carrier will serve from June 2019.”
The expansion of Air Serbia’s international network represents a step forward in the Serbian national carrier’s expansion plans.