Arkia to launch seasonal Belgrade flights


Arkia Israeli Airlines will launch seasonal winter flights between Tel Aviv and Belgrade. Services will operate twice per week, each Thursday and Sunday afternoon, and will commence on October 23. They are currently planned to run until the end of the year. The carrier will use its 110-seat Embraer E190 aircraft on the route. Tickets are available for purchase through the airline's website, however, booking can only be made for round trips departing Tel Aviv. This summer, Arkia has been operating seasonal flights to Ohrid and Rijeka within the former Yugoslavia. The Israeli carrier will compete against Air Serbia on the route, which will maintain five weekly flights between Belgrade and Tel Aviv this winter.


  1. Anonymous12:53

    Great news for BEG.

  2. Anonymous13:49

    Really good news. Let's hope they allow Serbs to book as well.

  3. Anonymous14:30

    Party plane.


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