Air Serbia will introduce its fifth destination in Spain next month by launching flights to Malaga. Starting December 18, the carrier will maintain two weekly services between the two cities, each Thursday and Sunday. It comes following the successful launches of flights to Palma and Valencia this summer. The introduction of the new Malaga service will mark the first time Belgrade has been linked to the coastal city on a scheduled basis. Spain has been in high demand for travel from Serbia this year, with the airline noting the performance of its new destinations in the country have “exceeded all expectations”. The carrier recently announced it would more than double its services to Barcelona from four to nine per week next summer. Additional frequency growth on other routes is expected to be unveiled in the coming weeks.
Commenting on the new service, Air Serbia’s General Manager for Commercial and Strategy, Boško Rupić, said, “By introducing Malaga as a new destination, Air Serbia is further enhancing its presence in Spain and offering passengers even better connections to this Mediterranean country. Flights to all cities in Spain that are operated by our company have recorded very good cabin load factors throughout the year. We believe that Malaga will be as attractive to our passengers as Barcelona, Madrid, Palma de Mallorca, and Valencia”, EX-YU Aviation writes.