Etihad extends Belgrade suspension


Etihad Airways has extended the temporary suspension of its flights between Abu Dhabi and Belgrade until January 2, 2021. Services were originally scheduled to resume on November 25. Once restored, flights will be maintained twice per week. Entry into Abu Dhabi for non-residents is still not permitted, while Australia, a source of passengers for the airline on flights to and from Belgrade, is still closed off for almost all inbound and outbound international travel for all nationalities. Flydubai will continue to maintain services between Serbia and the United Arab Emirates. Entry into Dubai is permitted with a negative PCR test.


  1. Anonymous15:29

    All airlines are waiting for the Covid vaccine to come out next month and airlines are just delaying and delaying in order to survive. I think EY will return in April and not January.

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  3. Anonymous22:39

    No report of cancelled route between MUC and BEG by LH?

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