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Getting here

Getting here
Serbia is nestled in the heart of Europe and its cosmopolitan capital is more than accessible. Belgrade is a maximum two-hour direct flight from around 60 major European, Middle East and Africa ports and cities. More than 850 flights are coming in and out of Belgrade every week and over 3.5 million passengers per year.
Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla International Airport is a twenty-minute drive from the city center and 45-minute drive from Novi Sad, Serbia’s second largest city.
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AIR SERBIA is the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, launched on 26th October 2013. It is the legal successor of “Aeroput”, which was founded on 17 June 1927. The airline serves 29 Euro-Mediterranean destinations directly from its hub at Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla International Airport with passenger and cargo services It also offers long-haul and international destinations in Asia and Australia through its codeshare partners and its 49 per cent shareholding equity partner, Etihad Airways. The airline currently operates a fleet of 10 narrow bodied and 5 turboprop aircraft.

In November 2013, Air Serbia confirmed an order for 10 Airbus A320neos with a list price of US$1 billion, which will be delivered between 2018 and 2020, to replace the current fleet, creating a modern, fuel-efficient fleet that will serve the airline’s aspiration to be the region’s leading carrier.

Air Serbia has a key role in the nation’s aviation infrastructure and play a
fundamental role in the development of Serbia’s travel and tourism industry
and the country’s economic growth.

International airlines operating in Serbia:

Aegean Airlines
Aeroflot Russian Airlines
Air Cairo
Air Serbia
Austrian Airlines
B&H Airlines
Belavia Belarusian Airlines
Etihad Airways
LOT Polish Airlines
Lufthansa German Airlines
Montenegro Airlines
Norwegian Air Shuttle
Wizz Air
Pegasus Airlines
Qatar Airways
Swiss International Air Lines
TAROM Romanian Air Transport
Turkish Airlines