Air Serbia - Finnair expand codeshare deal


Air Serbia and Finnair have expanded heir codeshare cooperation to include a number of new routes this summer season. The Serbian carrier has placed its flight numbers and designator code on its Finnish counterpart’s services between Helsinki and Ljubljana, Geneva, Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Rome, Milan and Zurich. Similarly, Finnair will be placing its codes on Air Serbia’s operations between Belgrade and those cities. The two airlines began their initial codeshare cooperation in 2019.


  1. Anonymous10:39

    I guess this is interesting business opportunity to get and share passengers on connected flights.
    For the passengers, except more flexibility this does not offer any new connectivity, which is pity.

  2. Anonymous12:02

    Who will fly from Belgrade to Ljubljana over Helsinki?

    1. Anonymous12:09

      Umm the point is to fly to Helsinki via Ljubljana or from Helsinki to Belgrade via Ljubljana.

    2. Anonymous18:06

      Does not make sense at all ...

    3. Anonymous18:19

      It does, BEG+ LJU pax combined...

    4. Anonymous12:26

      Do a search for fastest itinerary in June or July between HEL and BEG and you will see it's the second fastest option on Fridays: 4:40 vs 4:15 via ARN. It is also the second fastest between BEG and HEL: 4:45 vs 4:20 via ARN. This is why it makes sense...


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