Air Serbia will discontinue seasonal flights between Belgrade and Ohrid this summer, as part of the rationalization of its operations and the implementation of a new business strategy.
In line with this decision, the airline has stopped selling tickets for the flight, which was re-launched in 2016 after a three-year break.
As EX-YU Aviation News
reports, the service primarily relied on transfer passengers, with the airline targeting the Macedonian diaspora in Australia with special fares.
However, with the suspension of Air Serbia's Abu Dhabi flights at the end of the 2017 summer season, which served as a feeder from Australia, as well as the recent launch of Qatar Airways' operations to Skopje, loads to Ohrid would have been further affected.
On the other hand, the airline will continue to maintain thirteen weekly flights to the Macedonian capital during the height of the summer season, EX-YU Aviation News reports.