Nordwind schedules new Belgrade service


Russia’s Nordwind Airlines has scheduled flights for its planned new service between St Petersburg and Belgrade. As previously reported, the airline will run one weekly rotation between the two cities, each Wednesday, starting June 9. Services will be maintained by the Boeing 737-800 aircraft. The flights will complement Nordwind's existing one weekly operation between Moscow and Belgrade, which was launched this January. Further details can be found here. Tickets are on sale through the airline’s website.


  1. Anonymous10:48

    They are really pushing to establish themselves in Serbia.

  2. Anonymous11:41

    Love it!

  3. Anonymous11:53

    Based on what I saw from their websites, return tickets are over 400 euros in June. Back in the day, Air Serbia offered cheaper tickets with old 737s (Aviolet)

    1. Anonymous12:36

      Because most of their passengers are going via tour operators that get lower fares.

  4. Anonymous12:59

    I believe they would have great market niche if they opt for any-Moscow to INI

  5. Anonymous00:07

    The flight prices to Russia from Serbia are a rip off presently, which ever airline you choose.


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