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Air Serbia’s popularity and traffic are increasing

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During May, Air Serbia carried 335,363 passengers in regular and charter traffic, and thus exceeded the number of 300,000 passengers in that month for the first time since operating under its current name.

In this way, the Serbian national airline achieved an increase of 83 percent compared to the same month of the previous year, the Serbian airline announced.

Compared to the record pre-pandemic year 2019, the recorded result represents a growth of 66 percent.

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Through the home airport “Nikola Tesla” in Belgrade and the airports in Nis and Kraljevo, Air Serbia realized 3,708 flights in May 2023, which is 69 percent more than in May 2022, i.e. 48 percent more compared to the same period in the month of 2019.

“Our company recorded a new historic success in May. During that month, more than 300,000 passengers put their trust in us and we are proud of that. For 11 months in a row, since July 2022, we have broken our own records in the number of passengers transported and realized flights. During those months, we surpassed even the results of 2019.

In addition, in May we launched nine new routes, one of which is Chicago, our second destination in North America, and the third is an overseas destination. It is very important for us, our passengers and the entire region of the Western Balkans. We will try to continue the trend of growth and improvement of our network in the coming period,” said Air Serbia CEO Jirži Marek.

The most popular destinations from the Air Serbia network during May in Western Europe were Zurich, Paris and Rome.

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When it comes to closer destinations, the most sought after were Athens and Istanbul, or in the region Podgorica and Tivat.


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