Kish Airlines will commence seasonal flights between Shiraz and Belgrade this summer, becoming the fourth Iranian carrier to serve the Serbian capital. This year, Iran Air, Qeshm Air and Mahan Air all launched services from Tehran to Belgrade. It came after Serbia and Iran abolished visa requirements for each others' nationals.
As EX-YU Aviation News
reports, Kish Airlines will operate a one weekly service, each Monday, from June 18 until September 10, between Shiraz, Iran's fifth largest city, and Belgrade.
Kish Airlines operates a fleet of fourteen aircraft and serves some thirty destinations.
Let us remind that, according to the National Association of Travel Agencies of Serbia (YUTA), Iranians were the most numerous tourists this March in Belgrade.