Turkish Airlines to boost EX-YU operations


Turkish Airlines will increase frequencies on flights from Istanbul to Belgrade, Sarajevo, Skopje, Pristina, Podgorica, Zagreb and Ljubljana from August 1. The carrier will operate daily services to both the capitals of Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, while a total of five weekly flights are planned for Skopje, Pristina and Podgorica. The airline run four weekly rotations to Zagreb and three weekly to Ljubljana. The resumption of flights to Dubrovnik has been delayed until September 1, however, changes remain likely. Turkey has lifted all entry requirements and restrictions for foreign nationals, with the same visa entry rules in effect as prior to the coronavirus pandemic.


  1. Anonymous10:34

    DBV can't catch a break

  2. Anonymous13:07

    What's interesting is that JU is also boosting IST from August, I see they will increase it from 3 to 5 weekly flights. Hopefully Turkish tourists are returning to the Serbian capital.

  3. Anonymous00:27

    Any statistics on COVID-19 during flights with Turkish airlines? On Twitter some passengers reporting face masks are sometimes not used by "some" passengers...is this true?


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