Air traffic in the skies of Serbia is being renewed

by   CIJ News iDesk VII
2020-06-24   10:11
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Lufthansa made its first flight between Munich and Belgrade for the first time in months on June 23, but for the time being it will only be operating the service three times per week. Depending on demand, the number of flights should increase during the summer. The Frankfurt-Belgrade line has also been reactivated, though flights won't resume until July 8 with three flights a week. This could jump to ten per week by August.

Austrian Airlines, which is part of the Lufthansa Group, plans to resume flights three times per week from Vienna to Belgrade starting on June 24. Meanwhile, Air Serbia plans to continue summer charter flights from Banja Luka from July 5, after a break of more than two months due to the pandemic.