Spanair will be offering a one weekly service from Belgrade to the island of Majorca. The new seasonal flights will begin in June and last until mid August. The route will compliment the airline’s existing scheduled service between Barcelona and Belgrade. Last summer, Spanair offered flights between Madrid and Belgrade, however the service will not be resuming this year. Belgrade will now be connected with 3 Spanish cities. Besides Barcelona and Palma, Jat Airways will commence flights to Girona this summer.
Tunisair, which continues to offer scheduled flights from Tunis to the Serbian capital, will be adding flights from the city of Enfidha, the country’s newest airport. Services from Enfidha to Nikola Tesla Airport will operate 3 times per week and will replace the seasonal Monastir – Belgrade service, which the airline has offered in the past few years.
The small Thessaloniki based Astra Airlines will commence seasonal flights to Belgrade. Flights will operate once per week.
Tickets for all of the abovementioned flights will be sold exclusively through tour operators. The planned services from Chicago and Toronto to Belgrade by Ryan International Airlines are doubtful at this point in time, a spokesperson from the airline confirmed to EX-YU Aviation News.
In the following week you will be able to read more about what airlines have in store at other EX-YU airports this summer.