Israeli carriers resuming Belgrade operations

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Israeli carriers Israir and Arkia will resume flights between Tel Aviv and Belgrade this week after more than four months. Israir plans to restore operations on March 25 with its Airbus A320 jet. Services will run on a charter basis, with flights currently set to be maintained on March 25, April 8, April 18 and April 22. More services are scheduled for May, June and July. On the other hand, Arkia Israeli Airlines intends on resuming its Belgrade operations this Sunday, with two weekly flights to be operated, each Thursday and Sunday, with its Embraer E195 jet. Last year, between September and November, a one-way travel bubble saw several daily flights between Tel Aviv and Belgrade, operated exclusively by Israeli carries. Israel, the global leader in Covid-19 vaccinations, has allowed its citizens to travel abroad again from March 20. Those that have been vaccinated are not required to quarantine upon return if they test negative for the coronavirus.

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  1. Anonymous10:32

    So it begins.

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  2. Anonymous10:36

    I hope El Al will also be back soon.

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    1. Anonymous10:44

      Same here, I think they'll come back as they need any business they can get.

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  3. Anonymous11:56

    But wasn't Serbia on their red list?

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    1. Anonymous11:57

      ?

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    2. Anonymous12:02

      Red list was the Israeli government's list of countries from which you need to go into a 14 day quarantine.

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    3. Anonymous12:03

      Read the last sentence in the article

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    4. Anonymous12:05

      God bless you Anon 12.03. I missed that part. So they still need the PCR or do they get tested upon return?

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    5. Anonymous12:08

      You do the test at TLV after landing. It's more of a formally

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  4. Anonymous12:06

    So even if you are vaccinated you still need to get tested? Great

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    1. Anonymous12:13

      I think they do rapid tests which is ok, takes a short time.

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  5. Anonymous12:12

    Israir has just updated their website, they added another flight to BEG on 30.03. Later on summer they have six weekly flights to BEG!! Every day besides Saturday which is a holy day in Israel.

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  6. Anonymous12:21

    Arkia must be doing well already. Cheapest one way ticket is €106 but look at the following dates:

    28.03 €196
    01.04 €196
    04.04 €246

    Man this is getting exciting!

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  7. Shalom Israel. Welcome back.

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  8. Anonymous13:55

    Very nice.

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  9. Anonymous19:19

    Vaccinated tourists are always welcome! Those who aren't, stay in your village.

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  10. Anonymous21:37

    TK is increasing TLV from 15 to 35 weekly. I'm sure they'll profit from this as well.

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