Aeroflot to boost Belgrade service

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Russian carrier Aeroflot plans to increase its service to Belgrade to three per week starting March 30, with two of the weekly rotations to be operated by the 296-seat Airbus A330-300 aircraft. An additional weekly flight, to be run by the A321, will be launched on Tuesdays, while the Thursday and Saturday service will be maintained by the widebody jet. Serbian citizens are permitted to enter Russia with a negative PCR test and vice versa, although they must travel on a nonstop service between the two cities. Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, Aeroflot maintained triple daily flights between the two capitals.

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  1. Anonymous13:48

    I guess we will see JU's 4th flight.

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    1. Anonymous14:44

      Obviously

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    2. Anonymous14:46

      Why obviously? There might not be a market for it. We are in the middle of s crippling pandemic if you haven't noticed.

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    3. Anonymous17:57

      Yeah

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  2. Anonymous13:54

    Nordwind is changing its schedule, flights won't be on Sundays but on Tesdays, like SU.

    SVO-BEG 13.05-15.00
    BEG-SVO 16.00-20.05

    Seems like they are here to stay.

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  3. Anonymous14:02

    Nadam se da će mo videti i JU-ov A330 na ovoj ruti.

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  4. Anonymous14:19

    Wow so 5 weekly A330 out of Belgrade every week in march.

    JFK+SVO

    LOVE IT!!

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  5. Anonymous14:54

    So many current and ex-SU A330s in BEG soon :D

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  6. Anonymous16:59

    BEG is the only airport in the region that can sustain multiple weekly widebody aircraft. Respect.

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  7. Anonymous21:24

    This new weekly rotation is subject to very strict medical rules that differs from other days - practically it is only for Russian citizens. Travel agents received a detailed instruction who can book these flights.

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    1. Anonymous21:49

      Yes because the flight is being filled with Russian tour operators. Not really for general public

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