Air Serbia to resume Russia operations

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Air Serbia will resume scheduled flights to Moscow after eight months, marking its return onto the Russian market. The carrier will restore operations from Belgrade to the Russian capital on November 9 and will maintain services twice per week, each Monday and Friday, complementing Aeroflot’s two weekly flights. Tickets have been put on sale, with the airline to offer connections to Moscow via Belgrade from Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Ljubljana, Oslo, Paris, Vienna, Zurich and Zagreb. The carrier’s General Manager for Commercial and Strategy, Jiri Marek, said, “We are glad to reintroduce another destination into our network, enabling a direct link between Russia and Belgrade. Given that Russia represents a major and significant market, Moscow is a very important destination for our passengers, for Serbia, and for the whole region”.

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  1. On my flight BEG to AMS, there were so many Turks connecting. I was suprised.

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  2. Anonymous10:56

    Mogli bi da pokušaju i KRR dok se TK nije vratio. Mnogo je brže stići do Zapadne Evrope preko BEG nego preko Moskve.

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    1. Anonymous10:57

      No it can't. Russia is currently regulating the number of frequencies each airline can fly between two countries.

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  3. Anonymous12:35

    what is the schedule of these flights?

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    1. Anonymous12:39

      Mondays at 13:50 and Fridays at 7:30 from BEG

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    2. Anonymous16:28

      That Friday morning departure is stupid.

      Why not Friday evening?

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