Air Serbia schedules return to Tel Aviv and Middle East

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Air Serbia will restore operations to Tel Aviv and the Middle East this March following a hiatus of just over three years. The Serbian carrier has scheduled a three weekly service between Belgrade and Israel’s largest city starting April 8. Flights will operate each Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. The carrier last maintained flights to Tel Aviv until the coronavirus outbreak which halted international travel in March 2020. Since then, the carrier has also been absent from the Middle East region. Further flight details for the Tel Aviv service can be found here. Tel Aviv becomes the 22nd destination Air Serbia will inaugurate this year.

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  1. Anonymous10:05

    That Sunday departure connects onto nothing.

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    1. Anonymous10:08

      Tel Aviv is slot restricted, not every flight has to connect onto something, there is P2P travel between these two cities.

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    2. Anonymous10:22

      It can connect to Russia and the region.

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    3. Anonymous10:45

      El Al still flies between TLV and Moscow Domodedovo airport (DME), so not sure how big it can be for JU. https://fr24.com/ELY611/2f432f00

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    4. Anonymous15:27

      Anonymous10:05 we were just waiting for yout negative comment as tgat is your standard on here .. good job JU, most of us are proud of your expansion.

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    5. Anonymous15:55

      Anon 10:05
      Logs don't lie :D

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  2. Nemjee10:20

    Great schedule going there, not so much on the back. I guess slots were an issue which is a shame.

    So LCA and TLV will depart at about the same time. That will be cool to watch on FR24.

    JU can rely on transfers from the region to TLV.

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  3. Anonymous10:35

    Bravo Air Serbia 🇷🇸🇷🇸🇷🇸

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  4. Anonymous10:41

    Why is the turnaround 100 minutes in Tel Aviv? That's such a waste of resources. Is it due to slot constraints?

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    1. Anonymous10:46

      If the turnaround is 40min you guys aren't happy, if turnaround is 100min you guys arent happy...It's slot restricted airport, they'll take the first available slot and that's it

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    2. Anonymous10:51

      Why would anyone be unhappy with a 40' turnaround time. What are you talking about?

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    3. Anonymous10:53

      Anon 10.46
      Why the bitter tone?

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    4. Anonymous10:55

      People were complaining about Lisbon 40min turnaround time tbf

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    5. Anonymous12:44

      Actually, people were not complaining, why would they?
      They were just questioning the ability to turn around in 40 minutes, having in mind traffic in Lisbon.

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    6. Anonymous12:59

      If they can turn around at Heathrow in 40 mins, in the middle od mid day wave, then LIS should be no problem.

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    7. Anonymous13:38

      Ann 12:44, a quick quote from the Lisbon article:

      Anonymous10:23
      40min rotation time in LIS on Saturdays is mission impossible. These guys in their planning department are smoking something strong.

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    8. Anonymous14:21

      And if you look per example yesterday evening arrivals almost every JU flight was delayed 15-20 minutes returning to Belgrade thus clearly showing that a 40-50 min turnaround at those busy European airports is not enough.

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    9. Anonymous19:03

      There are also tons of extra security checks especially for non-Israeli airlines which adds to the turn around time including all the extra security checks for passenger who are always late to the gate.

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    10. Anonymous22:20

      Obviously you were never crew on TLV flight. I bet that even with 100 minutes, it will still always depart late at l;

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  5. Anonymous11:32

    Can't believe they ignored BEY, the most important transfer route of the region...

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    1. Anonymous11:47

      Lebanon has various problems, including foreign currency transactions. It used to be a rich country, but everyone avoids it these days.

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    2. Anonymous11:47

      LO, RO,A3...are not avoiding them.

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    3. Anonymous12:55

      Exactly, even JU scheduled 7x weekly rotations for summer 2020 after their withdrawal in the early 2020. Where's the logic?

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    4. Anonymous13:20

      Every 3 days same discussion about Beirut. Although I would like to see it back really, but guys give it a break, please.
      It would be good if the blog editor can write an article about the Beirut, difficulties for AirSerbia etc.

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  6. Anonymous19:39

    Madrid and Tel Aviv are the weak points in JUs network .
    Much too low frequencies !

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    1. Anonymous20:38

      Indeed.

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    2. Anonymous03:24

      You have to start from something… if it makes sense, I’m sure they will gradually increse it. Nevertheless, can’t wait to see how they’re gonna handle this summer timetable, it’s unprecedented.

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