Ankara - Belgrade service “imminent”


The Serbian Embassy in Ankara has announced that flights between the Turkish capital and Belgrade are due to begin soon. The head of the Tourism Organisation of Belgrade, Miodrag Popović noted, “Under the initiative of our Embassy in Turkey, negotiations are taking place for the introduction of nonstop flights between Belgrade and Ankara. Their launch is imminent and will further increase the number of Turkish visitors to Belgrade”. During the pre-pandemic 2019, a total of 10.787 passengers flew indirectly between Ankara and Belgrade on a single itinerary.


  1. Anonymous13:41

    Will these flights be finally giving a margine or will it be lossmaking, too?

    1. Anonymous13:45

      What are you talking about?

  2. Anonymous13:48

    This summer TK requested slots from BEG to operate two weekly flights from ESB to BEG. They weren't banned by either directorate they just decided against launching flights. Good to see that interest is still there.

    Hopefully it will be Pegasus but in the end it will be Anadoloujet.

  3. Anonymous17:07

    Sunexpress also showed interest to operate BEG - ESB but was rejected


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