Air Serbia To Launch Belgrade-Porto Route

Air Serbia To Launch Belgrade-Porto Route
Konstantin von Wedelstaedt (GFDL 1.2 or GFDL 1.2 ), via Wikimedia Commons

Not long before the weekend, Air Serbia announced that they will be launching services between Belgrade and Porto.

It is understood that services will commence on November 10, on a twice-weekly basis, operating on Mondays and Fridays.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Air Serbia To Launch Belgrade-Porto Route…

Air Serbia To Launch Belgrade-Porto Route
Anna Zvereva from Tallinn, Estonia, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons


The scheduling for the new service between Belgrade and Porto is as follows:

Flight NoFrequencyDeparture AirportDeparture TimeArrival AirportArrival TimeSubfleet
JU 568MondayBelgrade (BEG)13:50Porto (OPO)16:35A319/A320
JU 569MondayPorto (OPO)17:35Belgrade (BEG)22:00A319/A320
JU 566FridayBelgrade (BEG)07:50Porto (OPO)10:35A319/A320
JU 567FridayPorto (OPO)11:30Belgrade (BEG)15:55A319/A320

Commenting on this route was Boško Rupić, General Manager Commercial and Strategy at Air Serbia:

“Our destination network was expanded this year with over 20 new cities, including Lisbon.”

“Flights between Belgrade and Portugal’s capital have been quite popular since the beginning, as evidenced by the continuously high load factor”

“However, in Europe’s westernmost country, there are other charming cities that always attract visitors, and one of them is Porto.”

“You will be able to go on tourist or business trips to that city starting from 10 November via Air Serbia’s direct service”.

It is understood also that with this route between Belgrade & Porto, there will be good connections to other destinations such as:

  • Athens
  • Budapest
  • Copenhagen
  • Ankara
  • Istanbul
  • Larnaca
  • Ljubljana
  • Oslo
  • Bucharest
  • Prague
  • Thessaloniki
  • Skopje
  • Sofia
  • Podgorica
  • Vienna
  • Zagreb

With that in mind, all eyes are on Air Serbia to see how this new service performs, and whether there is scope for expansion going into the future.

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