Air Serbia will increase the number of flights on the route between Belgrade and New York to six flights a week during the upcoming summer season.
The Serbian airline will add another Wednesday flight per week beginning with June 20, the EX-YU Aviation News
Furthermore, as the Aviatica portal reports, Air Serbia is to launch direct flights between Belgrade and Geneva. The first flight is planned for March 29, 2018, fitting in the summer flight schedule. Two flights a week are planned, Thursdays and Sundays, by Airbus A319.
According to the flight schedule, the plane will set off from Belgrade at 6 pm and from Geneva on 8:50 pm on Thursdays. On Sundays, Air Serbia's morning flights will take place at 6 am to Geneva and at 8:45 am from Geneva. The tickets for these flights are already being sold.
The airline easyJet is currently operating the Belgrade-Geneva route. It has stopped selling tickets for flights from Mach 2018, but hasn't yet confirmed the cancellation of the line. Despite the fact that the tickets for this flight are still not available, easyJet claims that the line is not being discontinued