Etihad resumes Belgrade service


Etihad Airways has resumed flights from Abu Dhabi to Belgrade. The airline currently maintains two weekly operations between the two cities, increasing to three per week from next Monday. Daily flights have been tentatively scheduled from September 1, however, this is likely to change. Entry into Abu Dhabi is still restricted. Passengers whose final destination is the capital of the United Arab Emirates must have approval from the UAE Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship, and a negative Covid-19 PCR test result within 96 hours of the time of travel. Passengers transferring through Abu Dhabi Airport are free to do so if they meet the requirements of their final destination. All three carriers from the Gulf have now restored their operations to the Serbian capital with both Qatar Airways and Flydubai resuming their flights earlier this month.


  1. Anonymous13:54

    A ray of light

  2. Anonymous14:13

    Welcome back, you were sorely missed.

  3. Anonymous15:37

    Very good that they are back !
    But plans to increase to daily will not realize thats for sure, 2-3 times a week is realistic .
    Not only for Etihad but also for Qatar and Flydubai and till at least begin of next summer .
    If you consider the circumstances that is still damn good !

    1. Anonymous16:59

      What matters is that the number of new cases is slowly going down, three days in a row. Now that we had the elections, football matches, protests... we can go back to recovering which will lead to increased demand for air travel. The better the situation, the fewer restrictions there will be.


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