Air Serbia has announced its second set of new routes for the 2023 summer season, News
Air Serbia has announced its second set of new routes for the 2023 summer season with the addition of four cities in Europe. The carrier will add Cologne, Gothenburg, Hamburg and Marseille. The four new routes will all be served three times per week with the exception to Marseille, its third destination in France, which will run two times per week. It will mark the first time Belgrade has been linked to the French city with a scheduled air service. The new additions to the network are in line with the carrier’s strategy to expand its operations with a focus on connectivity and leisure.
Air Serbia will resume operations to Hamburg for the first time since 2019. It initially launched flights to the German city on a year-round basis in 2016 but later downgraded the service to summer seasonal operations. It will compete directly against Wizz Air, which has since launched operations between the two city. Air Serbia will resume services between Belgrade and Gothenburg for the first time since it was rebranded in 2013. Up until then, Jat Airways maintained flights between the two. It will compete against Wizz Air on the route. The Serbian carrier briefly served the Swedish city from Niš in 2019. On the other hand, Cologne is one of Belgrade Airport’s busiest unserved destinations and is operated from Niš. In addition to the abovementioned new routes, Air Serbia has previously announced the addition of Chicago, Catania, Palermo, Naples and Florence to its network in the summer of 2023. More new routes are set to be announced in the coming days.
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