Air Serbia and Aeroflot expand partnership


Air Serbia and Aeroflot have signed an agreement to expand their existing codeshare partnership, based on which the Serbian and Russian national airlines will add each other’s designator codes and flight numbers on additional services that have been introduced between Belgrade and Moscow. Air Serbia is currently operating seven, and Aeroflot six weekly flights between the Serbian and Russian capitals. Aeroflot will also place its code onto Air Serbia’s service between Belgrade and Saint Petersburg, which will be operated twice a week, starting June 8. “Russia is a very important market, both for Serbia and the wider region. In addition to restoring traffic to Krasnodar and Saint Petersburg, and introducing a new destination, Rostov-on-Don, our goal is to provide our passengers with as wide a choice and as much flexibility as possible when planning their trips. This is why we are constantly working on improving our services, adding new connectivity options and upgrading cooperation with our partners. It is our great pleasure to welcome passengers from our partner, Aeroflot, on flights within Air Serbia’s network”, Jiri Marek, Air Serbia’s General Manager for Commercial and Strategy, said. The Serbian carrier currently codeshares on Aeroflot’s flights between Moscow and Saint Petersburg, Krasnodar, Sochi, Volgograd, Kazan, Samara, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Omsk and Istanbul, while Russia’s national carrier has its codes on Air Serbia’s flights between Belgrade and Podgorica, Tivat, Sarajevo, Tirana, Skopje, Banja Luka and Istanbul. “The plan is to continue developing cooperation between the two airlines in the Balkan region and beyond”, the carrier said.


  1. Anonymous13:53

    This is fantastic news. BEG and JU are consolidating their position on the Russian market.

  2. Anonymous14:28

    That's why other Russian carriers are getting rejected in Serbia. Not because the CAD found something wrong with them.

    1. Anonymous14:37

      Nordwind flies to belgrade, they even upgraded the route to A321.

    2. Anonymous16:46

      Not to Saint Petersburg though.

  3. Anonymous13:49

    The prices have been expensive as of late, slightly less now that they have allowed people to fly indirectly to Russia.


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