Air Serbia will continue to operate regular flights on its three routes to Croatia during September this year, from Belgrade to Zagreb, Split, and Dubrovnik.
The company changed its schedule quite often this summer season and canceled certain flights, which is not surprising given that the demand for these flights is relatively small, especially after travel restrictions introduced again between two countries.
As we have already reported, Air Serbia has previously canceled all flights on the remaining 3 routes to Croatia (Zadar, Pula and Rijeka), and in this year's summer flight schedule it operates regular flights to Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik. The company will continue to operate on these routes in September with a reduced number of weekly flights.
The Belgrade - Zagreb route will operate on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays in the first week of September, from September 7th the traffic on this route will take place three times a week, every Monday, Friday and Sunday.
The Belgrade - Split route will operate on Friday and Sunday between September 1st and 6th, in the second week of September four flights have been scheduled (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday), and from September 14th there will be three flights a week (each Wednesday, Friday and Sunday).
The Belgrade - Dubrovnik route in the first week of September will have one flight, only on Saturday, in the second week flights are scheduled on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. In the period from September 14th, the airline will fly directly between Belgrade and Dubrovnik on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, with the flight on Wednesdays not available for booking from September 23rd.
On the routes to Dubrovnik and Split, Air Serbia is planning to use the Airbus A319 aircraft, while on the route to Zagreb an ATR72 aircraft has been scheduled at the moment.