Turkish Airlines schedules new Belgrade service


Turkish Airlines has scheduled and put on sale tickets for its new service between Izmir and Belgrade. The flights will be operated by its lower cost brand AnadoluJet. As previously reported, the flights will commence on February 16 and run twice per week, each Thursday and Sunday. The service will be complemented by Air Serbia, which will launch two weekly rotations on the same route on April 15. From mid-February, Turkish Airlines will boast a total of 27 weekly flights to Belgrade, including three daily from Istanbul, four weekly from Ankara and two weekly from Izmir. Further flight details for the new Izmir - Belgrade service can be found here.


  1. Anonymous10:55

    Excellent. This is the 27th new route scheduled for launch this year from BEG.

  2. Anonymous11:03

    Airport will go crazy this summer, so many new routes. Is there enough stuff to handle all of this expansion?

    1. Anonymous11:31

      Plain and straight answer: no. We will see if the Indian bouts and the local "campaign" will help.

    2. Anonymous16:05

      Haters gonna hate

    3. Anonymous19:36

      It's good that they started searching in India. They should do that more aggressively.

      I think it's a big mistake new high speed railway hasn't been built with the stop at the airport, it would help people comute from Novi Sad and other places.

  3. It does not have to deviate that much. It would be too expensive. It is sufficient to connect Airport to Novi Beograd Train Station with a decent rail link and align the train timetable. It would then benefit all passengers.


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