BELGRADE (Serbia), February 11 (SeeNews) - Flag carrier Air Serbia plans to launch six new flights linking Belgrade to airports in Europe and the Middle East in June, it said.
Air Serbia will start services to Switzerland's Geneva, Jordan's Amman, Russia's Rostov-on-Don, Italy's Florence, Ukraine's Lvov, and Moldova's Chisinau, the company said in a statement on Monday.
The flights to Amman, Chisinau, Lvov and Rostov-on-Don will be operated four times a week, while the service to Geneva will be operated three times a week. The Florence service will be operated twice a week.
"In addition to expanding the reach of the international network, we continue to improve the quality of service based on new trends in the airline industry, as well as the opinions of our passengers," said Duncan Naysmith, CEO Air Serbia.
The company also will be improving connectivity by adding new frequencies on existing routes, such as Prague, Zagreb, Tirana, Skopje, Bucharest, Ljubljana, Dubrovnik, Tivat, and Larnaca. When it comes to Istanbul, the destination launched two months ago, from April the Serbian national airline will increase the number of weekly flights from the existing three to seven times a week, Air Serbia said.
Last year, Air Serbia established 10 new routes from Belgrade and 12 from Nis, as well as direct flights between Kraljevo and Vienna. Along with adding flights to six new destinations from Belgrade, Air Serbia will establish a seasonal route between Morava Airport and Thessaloniki in spring this year.