Price per 1 adult person for round trip
Air Serbia is one of the oldest airlines in the world; it’s a flagship and is the largest carrier of Serbia. Founded on June 17, 1927, under the name Aeroput, in 1947 changed its name to Yugoslav Airlines, and in 2003 to Jat Airlines. Ten years later, under the agreement of Etihad Airways, Jat Airways and the government of Serbia, Air Serbia, was launched. The airlines offer passenger, cargo and charter transport. The network of connections includes more than 30 Mediterranean ports, together with the partner Etihad Airways codeshare flights to Asia, North and South America, and Australia. The airlines also cooperate with the German carrier Air Berlin
When you are flying Air Serbia airlines, you are allowed to take your carry-on baggage on board. Its dimensions and weight are determined by the airlines and may vary depending on the booking class or route. Checked-in baggage in Air Serbia must also have certain dimensions and weight. Here, as well, everything depends on the class of travel and the route
Air Serbia is available in economy class or business class. In economy class, meals are served depending on the route. Business Class has an enhanced in-flight entertainment service. At the airports, passengers in this class can use the business lounges and have priority access to
Air Serbia allows you to check-in online. eSky customers can purchase this service and complete their registration formalities before they leave for the airport.
The Air Serbia fleet consists of four Boeing 737-300 aircraft, three ATR 72-200 aircraft, two ATR 72-500 aircraft, eight Airbus A319 aircraft and two Airbus 320 aircraft.
Belgrade International Airport Nikola Tesla is located about 18 km west of the Serbian capital. The terminal building has bars, restaurants, various types of shops, and car rentals.
In Economy Class, during short distances, the carrier serves snacks and hot drinks. During the 2 to 3 hour voyage, passengers may choose between cold snacks or a main meal or a free bar service. On flights of more than 3 hours, passengers can choose from a menu of main courses. In business class, short trips are served with aperitifs and sandwiches. On flights lasting from one to two hours, passengers can choose from a variety of dishes on the menu. On longer routes, passengers are served three main dishes. Air Serbia can prepare special meals on request, provided that the carrier is ordered at least 24 hours before departure.
During a flight with Air Serbia, the business class passengers can enjoy a wide range of entertainment. Those include world-class movies, 20 TV channels, 8 Serbian local channels, including comedy, audiobooks, and 12 games. While being on board of the Airbus 319, passengers have access to an iPad and noise-reducing headphones.