Air Serbia to boost Moscow service

NEWS FLASH


Air Serbia will increase its frequencies between Belgrade and Moscow to three per week after operations were capped at two weekly by Russian authorities for each carrier. The Serbian airline will add an extra weekly rotation from February 28. It comes as the Serbian Civil Aviation Directorate issued permits for Nordwind Airlines to operate scheduled instead of charter flights between the two capital cities, increasing the number of weekly flights operated by Russian carriers to three, with two weekly services run by Aeroflot. As a result, the number of weekly departures has now been reciprocated on each side. Demand for flights between the two countries remains high. Aeroflot has again scheduled a widebody Airbus A330-300 jet to operate its Saturday rotation this week.

Comments

  1. Anonymous13:32

    I hope more flights are allowed as there is obviously demand. Nordwind SVO BEG on Sunday had 103 passengers.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous14:54

      JU konstantno šalje A320 a cena povratne karte je uglavnom preko 500e što znači da su letovi gotovo rasprodati.

      Delete
    2. Anonymous14:56

      I hope too for more flights but the load on N4 is not that great (LF around 60%).

      Delete
    3. Anonymous14:58

      @14:54 Nije tacno da je na liniji konstantno A320 (danas jeste) a inace uglavnom se saobracaj odvija sa A319. Sto se cene tice i oni i SU su "poludeli"

      Delete
    4. Anonymous15:09

      @14:58
      https://booking.airserbia.com/dx/JUDX/#/flight-selection?journeyType=round-trip&direction=1&pointOfSale=RS&locale=sr-LATN&class=Economy&ADT=1&C13=0&CHD=0&INF=0&origin=BEG&destination=SVO&date=02-19-2021&origin1=SVO&destination1=BEG&date1=02-22-2021&flight=-1033912540&flight1=2060413126&execution=e1s1

      Delete
    5. Anonymous15:29

      WHO latest recommendation is that higher prices lead to fewer Coronavirus cases.

      Add to that the price of PCR tests which go 9.000 RSD upwards.

      Delete
    6. Anonymous15:35

      It is set at 9.000. It's not upwards from that.

      Delete
    7. Nemjee18:31

      Nordwind is mostly carrying Russian tourists going to Kopaonik.

      Delete
    8. Anonymous10:07

      It is 18.000 for foreigners including Russians.

      Read the news.

      Delete
  2. Anonymous14:59

    Why doesn't Air Serbia fly the A330 to Moscow?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous15:06

      They do/did.

      Delete
    2. If the only option for russians will be Serbia this summer, then prepare to see a380 XXL maybe even beluga on the route 😂

      Delete
    3. Anonymous08:08

      I guess now we know why SU sends A321/330 in covid times.

      Delete
  3. Anonymous08:06

    Lufthansa as also quietly boosted BEG at least for next week. It went down from 12 to 8-9 weekly flights while the 10th was added now.

    ReplyDelete

Post a comment

EX-YU Aviation News does not tolerate insults, excessive swearing, racist, homophobic or any other chauvinist remarks or provocative posts with the intention of creating further arguments. A full list of comment guidelines can be found here. Thank you for your cooperation.