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Air Serbia and Qatar Airways signed a code-share agreement

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The airline Air Serbia announced today that it has signed a comprehensive code-share agreement with Qatar Airways, which, starting on February 1 of this year, will enable passengers to travel more easily to more than 40 destinations within the networks of the Serbian and Qatari national airline.

As part of this cooperation, Air Serbia will put its mark on Qatar Airways’ direct flights between Belgrade and Doha, as well as on flights to various destinations besides Doha, such as Adelaide, Baku, Brisbane, Tbilisi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Muscat, Nairobi, Perth, Seychelles, Singapore and Sydney.

After obtaining the necessary approvals and when all conditions are met, Air Serbia plans to put its marketing code on direct flights of Qatar Airways to Bangkok, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Phuket, Seoul, Tokyo, Yerevan, Zanzibar and many other destinations.

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“We are teaming up to provide travelers with new options for connecting and to enable them to access unique destinations from both networks. We believe that thanks to this cooperation, we will jointly contribute to increasing traffic to Serbia, create opportunities for trade and tourism, and increase the volume of traffic between the two hubs,” Jirži Marek said, the General Director of Air Serbia.

Qatar Airways currently operates five weekly flights between its headquarters in Doha, Qatar and Belgrade.

The codeshare agreement will enable a large number of new destinations for their passengers who want to travel to European countries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Slovenia and other destinations served by Air Serbia with just one reservation.

“This partnership will allow us to expand our presence in the markets of Central and Eastern Europe. We are pleased to provide our passengers with additional travel options. We are extremely proud of this partnership with Air Serbia, the leading airline in the region since its establishment in 1927 and we look forward to a successful cooperation,” said Qatar Airways Group CEO Akbar Al Baker.

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Qatar Airways and Air Serbia have a long-term cooperation, and the agreement signed today represents a turning point in the joint commitment of both airlines to improve the user experience, it was stated in the announcement.

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