Aeroflot, Air Serbia upgrade Belgrade - St Petersburg service


Aeroflot and Air Serbia have upgraded their seasonal service between Belgrade and St Petersburg to year-round operations. The Russian national carrier, which launched flights between the two cities this summer, will maintain a one weekly rotation on the route this coming winter season, which begins on October 30. On the other hand, Air Serbia, which has been maintaining services to Russia’s second largest city on a seasonal summer basis for the past few years, will now run two weekly flights between the two over the winter. Russia’s Nordwind Airlines, which also introduced flights between Belgrade and St Petersburg this summer, will continue to run the service once per week throughout the winter.


  1. Anonymous10:34

    Great news. From no airlines/flights in winter pre-covid to three airline now :)

  2. Anonymous10:49

    From zero last year to five weekly this year is really good.

  3. Anonymous17:14

    Will JU and SU codeshare on their LED flights?
    Would be even better.

  4. Anonymous18:47

    Montenegro pax.CAA MNE,any comments?

  5. If not for corona there would be an explosion of travel between Russia and Serbia. And not just BEG and Moskva. But also Petersburg, Krasnodar, Rostov on Don, Yekaterinburg, Volgograd, maybe Sochi, and other cities.

    1. Anonymous23:14

      With at least 5 airlines.

    2. Anonymous00:41

      Would be great if INI could get in on some of the action.


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