Air Serbia schedules Mostar launch

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Air Serbia has scheduled and put on sale its new service between Belgrade and Mostar, which will mark the resumption of flights between the two cities after 33 years. As previously reported, operations will be maintained three times per week, on Mondays, Fridays, and Sundays, starting April 15. A wet-leased 88-seat Embraer E175 aircraft operated on Air Serbia’s behalf by Marathon Airlines will be deployed on the route. Further flight details can be found here. The new service is a result of a public call by local authorities in Mostar offering subsidies for the launch of new flights to the city. Air Serbia's CEO, Jiri Marek, said, "We are confident that this route will be beneficial to passengers, and have a positive impact on economic and industrial growth, facilitating cultural exchange, and contributing to even better cooperation in the Western Balkans. By adding Mostar to our network, we will be flying to a total of seventeen cities in the former Yugoslavia, thus connecting the region, via Belgrade, to destinations across Europe, North America, and Asia offered by Air Serbia".

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  1. Anonymous09:45

    Finally. I have said in previous topics related to this route that I have wanted to visit Mostar for some time but did not feel like driving there or worse yet catching a bus. Will definitely buy a ticket today.

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    1. Anonymous11:16

      Great! Welcome and have a fun here! 😁

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    2. Anonymous16:47

      Proces are fixed throughout summer season, 54 euro, one way. Really good price and hope that passengers will use it

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    3. Anonymous17:29

      No, that price is PROMO price and is valid for a limited period.

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    4. Anonymous13:11

      Right now you can't find return ticket less then 124,8Euro

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  2. Anonymous09:46

    Battle of the giants in Mostar.

    Monday May 13th, flights to Paris.

    Air Serbia
    OMO-BEG 15.10-16.00 E75
    BEG-CDG 17.05-19.40 A320
    Transfer: 01.05

    €120 one way

    Croatia Airlines
    OMO-ZAG 06.00-06.55 Q400
    ZAG-CDG 09.00-11.05 A319
    Transfer: 02.05

    €271 one way

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    1. Anonymous09:52

      No battle here, we all know who's the bigger, the cheaper, and the more reliable

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    2. Anonymous09:55

      Bravo Serbia, bravo Bosnia and Herzegovina!

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    3. Anonymous10:32

      Aren't the OU flights subsidized?

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    4. Anonymous10:34

      They are so this wont affect them.

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    5. Anonymous12:59

      But it's a ridiculous price for subsidized flight

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    6. Anonymous14:54

      OU will and should care. Yes their OMO flights get subsidies but they had transfers who were filling flights from ZAG. These guys will switch to flying via BEG now.

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    7. Vladimir18:51

      I flew from ZAG to SJJ last night (1.2.2024). Flights to Skoplje, Sarajevo and Mostar were departing at same time, three gates next to each other. Skoplje 70pax, Sarajevo 50pax, Mostar 8pax. Zagreb just doesn't provide the connectivity Mostar needs.

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    8. Anonymous01:10

      Nice counting Vlad.

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  3. Je li to konačno HDZ počeo raditi za Bosnu i Hercegovinu ? Bravo za Mostar , bravo za Air Serbiu !

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  4. Anonymous10:00

    This is fantastic for Mostar’s tourism. I’ve personally never visited (mainly because of the road situation), but I’d be happy to book a flight now

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    1. Anonymous10:47

      Highly recommend Mostar and the times are great for a weekend trip. Some amazing cafes and restaurants overlooking the famous bridge and a cute old town.

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  5. Anonymous10:14

    Omg!!! Just booked my flight for some 11000 dinars.
    So excited.

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    1. Anonymous10:16

      11000 return ticket...so good

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    2. Anonymous11:23

      How much is that in euros?

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    3. Anonymous11:26

      93 EUR

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    4. Anonymous13:00

      Great! Thank you!

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    5. Anonymous13:12

      Right now you can't find ticket less then 124,8Euros.

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    6. Anonymous13:12

      I mean return ticket is 124,8Euros

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    7. Anonymous13:14

      Yesterday for the same date it was 104Euros.

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  6. Anonymous10:20

    Why E-175 and not Atr?

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    1. Anonymous10:29

      There are some issues with ATR landing in Mostar.

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    2. Anonymous11:48

      What are the issues? would be interesting to know...

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    3. Anonymous14:06

      But no issues for a Q400?

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    4. Anonymous14:55

      That's because of bura which appears from across the mountains. OU pilots are trained for that because of their domestic network. JU doesn't have the need for that so ATR is out of question.

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    5. Anonymous15:15

      Is it more complicated than Tivat?

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    6. Anonymous16:21

      It's got nothing to do with who is trained for bura or not, because JU goes into Tivat normally. But I believe it has to do with a/c performance issues where ATR would be sble to bring on board a dozen pax maximum just like it has issues with landing at SJJ with marginal weather. Hence, why the Q400 is the beast performance wise for operating into these airports.

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  7. Anonymous14:57

    Sunday 28.04 BEG-OMO lowest fare is already sold out. One way ticket is around 9.000 RSD now!

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  8. Miroslav NY16:14

    Good news. Short flight. There was no chance i was driving from Smederevo to Mostar so Im looking forward to summer.

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    1. Anonymous16:42

      Smederevo? You live in NY!

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  9. Anonymous17:36

    Finally, at least one competitor to break CroatiaAirlines monopol with kind 1 Mio. subvention over Mostar.

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  10. Anonymous19:55

    A kako su Marek i Malović stigli u Mostar?

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    1. Anonymous13:14

      Autobusom Centrotransa.

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  11. Anonymous20:19

    Woo, Mostar gets more delays and angry passengers!

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  12. Anonymous09:36

    The time slot of these flights is perfect.
    Catch so many connections in BEG.
    Very goood!!

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  13. Anonymous09:45

    Finally some good news for Air Serbia. The subsidies will give them good revenues.

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  14. Anonymous09:46

    OMO-CPH AIR Serbia 15/7
    158 EUR one way 15 hour layover

    OMO-CPH Croatia Airlines 15/7
    208 eur One way 1h 25 min layover

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    1. Anonymous11:36

      You are right, OU is winning!

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  15. Anonymous09:06

    Cekaj cekaj...

    Neki dan su bili objavljeni letovi.
    I prvi let je bio April 22og. Ja odma kupim kartu.
    Sada pise da krecu Aprila 15og.
    Ali ja taj let ne vidim da je u prodaji.
    Ima let April 19.
    Sta se desava?

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    1. Anonymous09:08

      Verovatno je prvi let za medije i zvanicnike.

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    2. Anonymous09:13

      To sam i ja sada pomislio.
      Ali to nikada skoro nije bio slucaj. Uvek na tom prvom letu budu i putnici i neki mediji.

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    3. Anonymous09:18

      Verovatno ce pustiti u prodaju blize datumu kada znaju tacno koliko takvih putnika ce imati.

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    4. Anonymous09:54

      Moguce, hvala vam svakako.

      Toliko sam lud da bi kupio novu kartu za 15ti samo da budem na prvom letu.
      Jer naravno uzeo sam light tarifu i nepodlaze promenama.
      Bez veze

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