Serbia and Azerbaijan plan air service


Serbia and Azerbaijan plan to sign documents to lift visa requirements between the two countries and establish non stop flights, the Serbian Foreign Minister, Nikola Selaković, said at a joint press conference with his Azerbaijani counterpart, Jeyhun Bayramov, in Baku yesterday. “These and other documents will be signed this autumn, which will create great opportunities to further develop cooperation between the two countries”, Mr Selaković said. There have been several attempts to establish flights between Baku and Belgrade, with Azerbaijan’s national carrier expressing interest on several occasions, however, none have materialised so far. In 2019, 3.559 passengers travelled indirectly between the two capital cities on a single itinerary.


  1. More good news for BEG.

  2. Anonymous09:54

    If they sign a codeshare agreement with JU then this route could easily work.They have Embraer jets which could be perfect.

  3. Anonymous10:21

    This air-link would be a superb foothold for the entire Caucasus region.

    1. Anonymous17:58

      Best would be if Air Serbia started flying directly to Tbilisi and Yerevan.
      Baku-Belgrade would be better suited for AZAL or their subsidiary Buta Airways.

  4. Anonymous20:58

    As I said few times already, Baku Tbilisi and Yerevan are "no brainers" for JU, they just need more planes to start those three towns. As Rostov and Krasnodar, most of pax would be transfers as usual.
    Also, with a bit better management skills Baghdad, Damaskus and Tehran should be short-listed for next "east expansion" as all those markets are currently booming with demand.
    But as I said, JU management is scared of anything more far then Prague. Any potential new route is like a deep frozen lake where they have to dip a toe from warm room...just to realize that new route performs great?!?!
    Amman is also great example. Good idea, horrible execution.
    But, all this starts from point 1 - no planes!!!


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