SERBIAN National Carrier Air Serbia on Friday said arrangements had been concluded to restore flights interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic from May 18, the B92 news site reported.
According to the news site, a limited number of flights will go to London Heathrow, Zurich, Frankfurt and Vienna at the initial stage.
The Air Chief Executive, Duncan Naysmith, said many rules in many countries presently limit travelling, but as restrictions began to relax, the company intends to enable flights for its passengers.
“Our team will carefully monitors all decisions and will regularly inform our passengers about the status of their reservations.
“The regular summer schedule will be altered due to restrictions imposed because of the pandemic.
Some of the destinations in high demand will be serviced regularly, some will be reduced, and some will temporarily be suspended.
“Air Serbia will fly as planned to Podgorica, Zurich, Vienna, Paris, Tirana, Zagreb, Skopje, Bucharest, London, Sarajevo, Sofia, Frankfurt, Brussels, Kiev, Krasnodar, Zadar and Nica.
“A reduced schedule will be in place to Tivat, Ljubljana, Athens, Thessaloniki, Amsterdam, Prague, Moscow, Berlin, Rome, Istanbul, Milan, Dusseldorf, Dubrovnik, Split, Larnaca, Copenhagen.
“It will also fly to New York, Stuttgart, Banjaluka, Tel Aviv, Stockholm, Venice, Pula, Barcelona, Saintt Peterburg and Madrid,“ Naysmith said.
Naysmith added that the company would provisionally suspend flights to Helsinki, Lvov, Amman, Florence, Kishinev, Rostov on Don, Malta, Geneva, Cairo, Beiruta and Rijeka.
Air Serbia is jointly owned by the Serbian Government, with a 51-per-cent stake, while Etihad Airways owns the remaining 49 per cent. (dpa/NAN)
– May 8, 2020 @ 14:25 GMT |