Flydubai to deploy B737 MAX to Belgrade


Flydubai will deploy the new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft on its daily flights to Belgrade next summer season. According to "Airlineroute", the new 162-seat jet will commence services to the Serbian capital from March 16, 2018. The aircraft has been filed on the route in reservation systems, although it is still not displayed on Flydubai's website upon booking. The hybrid carrier has 320 MAXs on order, the first of which entered into service last week from Dubai to Bangkok and Kuwait. Belgrade is currently the only city in the former Yugoslavia within Flydubai's network to be allocated the new jet, which features a new business and economy class product.

New exonomy class seats in the B737 MAX 8

Flyduba's new business class cabin includes ten fully-flat 198cm (top to bottom) seats across three rows. The first and last rows are configured 2-2, but the middle row has just two “throne” seats. Furthermore, each seat features a 39.6cm HD 1080p screen. In economy, the Recaro CL3710 seats are fitted with 29.4cm HD screens.


  1. 2 minute video
    162 seats in that bird
    10 business class seats (6% of all seats)
    60% of the video is devoted to business class product


  2. Anonymous16:42


    Its actually going to start BEG rotations before the 25th...

    Dubai – Belgrade eff 16MAR18 1 daily

  3. Anonymous18:44

    Damn... these are some great news and shows how important Belgrade is for them.

  4. Anonymous19:20


  5. Anonymous20:35

    This business class is better than some of widebody business class seats I have seen.


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