Air Serbia launches “Keep Boarding” service

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Air Serbia has launched a program titled “Keep Boarding” to enable all passengers to enjoy discounts for different services during their stay in Belgrade and Serbia. Passengers who keep their boarding pass from their Air Serbia flight to the Serbian capital will enjoy discounts for hotel accommodation, restaurants and cafes, tourist attractions, museums and transportation. Several dozen partners are now collaborating with Air Serbia on the project, in a bid to strengthen Belgrade’s offer for tourists. To enjoy the privileges and discounts, passengers need their original boarding pass from their Air Serbia flight, which they can show at participating outlets within a week of their arrival to the country. The discounts can only be used by the person whose name is printed on the boarding pass, however, families can enjoy discounts for all members by showing a single boarding pass. Current participating partners include six hotels, amongst which are the Metropol Palace, Radisson Collection and Falkensteiner, five restaurants, three pubs and coffee shops, three museums and two transportation service providers, including Budget rent-a-car.

Commenting on the new service, Air Serbia’s General Manager for Commercial and Strategy, Jiri Marek, said, “We wanted to create added value for passengers and allow them to get an improved and complete travel experience for the price of their ticket, not just transportation to their destination. Our goal is also to contribute to the quicker recovery of the hospitality sector which, like the aviation industry, is among those most affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Belgrade has a lot to offer to its visitors, and we believe that with this project, we will provide an impetus for strengthening economic activity in the capital”.


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  1. Anonymous10:46

    They certainly have that proactive panache that's generally lacking in this part of the world. Good work!

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  2. Anonymous11:04

    I really hope they advertize this correctly because it could be a fantastic advantage once Turks return.

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  3. Anonymous11:19

    This is great! Really great move from Air Serbia and other local companies to made acomodation in Belgrade better! I really hope that someone in Croatia try to copy this idea!

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  4. Anonymous11:22

    Finally, innovation, some services that could attract passengers, and that are free of charge.Hope that JU will introduce more things like this, especially for regular travelers according their preferences.

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    1. Anonymous16:24

      Are you new here? Look at news from 2013/2014 regarding Air Serbia. A lot of them were Air Serbia new services and innovations previous brand didn't have. Some of them are gone but many are still available. First couple of years after rebranding were golden in terms of innovation and new service offers.

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  5. Anonymous11:51

    Where can we see the list of their partners?

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    1. Anonymous11:57

      https://www.airserbia.com/informacije/pre-leta/keep-boarding?__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=8b4662f97dc8e7f3f381a948c14aa9e5b9fe81c5-1595325385-0-AVca4ex6aXL3gOGsBUBvPWCkF_wPJWsik-9nGv6dFGpN6NwavXc0IBB4pqv78Xnt0MNoItEQb18yqW67YHYPc4ctijeZf--H2_TGXmBFKVZ1wPSga59-vzA-aEPgfr41ypRxkEfxMLgEBd0vbgY6Bb13x8nHzmUQcNYaN0nRwRX23v1HxL6G_vd4GZtx3Kn1okMoeoB9urinMu__rAS22iOWvfm1mit9e6SgbWLPx0Dtv1W_J7SuBQq6U8YRFwWOMI06BRRDtkwzIYbph31s5Vj1CI559LvEEWFKMyN3YiThnA6V6m68qsBhZ_fzuskgaw

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    2. Nemjee13:25

      What would be fantastic is if they would give you a chance to purchase a bus ticket for the line 72. No kiosk sells it at the airport and very often the driver can't be bothered to sell you one because he has no spare change or whatever. Then the moment you reach Ledine control comes and and the fun starts.

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  6. Anonymous13:41

    wow brilliant idea!! nice :D

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  7. Anonymous14:50

    And now time to work on a serious mobile app upgrade.

    The app ranking went really down following its recent release:

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.airserbia.mobileapp&hl=en

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  8. Anonymous23:45

    Which tourists?!

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