Air Serbia to suspend Dubrovnik and Split service
Serbian national airline published its schedule for October this year. Two routes will stop operating in the next 2 weeks - to Dubrovnik and Split Airport in Croatia.
This summer, Air Serbia operated to Split, Dubrovnik and Zagreb Airport. Due to the impact of the global pandemic, routes from Belgrade to Pula, Rijeka and Zadar were canceled. The company, under normal circumstances, operated to Adriatic airports until the end of the summer flight schedule, but this year that will not happen. Air Serbia will stop operating towards Dubrovnik by the end of September, and the route to Split will be canceled at the beginning of October.
The airline will land in Dubrovnik today for the last time this season. On the last flight, a B737-300 aircraft (capacity of 144 seats) was scheduled. Thus, Air Serbia will conclude operations on the Belgrade - Dubrovnik route for this summer season.
On the Belgrade - Split route, the last flight was scheduled for Sunday, October 4th, and one flight is available before that date, on Friday, October 2nd. In last year's summer flight schedule, this route operated throughout October, but due to the impact of the pandemic and reduced demand, the company decided to cancel it earlier than planned.
The only Air Serbia route that remains in traffic in the winter flight schedule to Croatia is the line between Belgrade and Zagreb. Although there were 10 flights a week on this route, Air Serbia plans 3 weeks of flights for October this year, every Monday, Friday and Sunday in the evening. ATR72 aircraft with a capacity of 70 seats have been announced on the route.
The only Air Serbia route that remains in traffic in the winter flight schedule to Croatia is the route between Belgrade and Zagreb. Although there were 10 flights a week on this route, Air Serbia plans 3 flights a week for October this year, every Monday, Friday and Sunday in the evening hours. ATR72 aircraft with a capacity of 70 seats have been scheduled on the route.
Air Serbia has very often canceled certain departures on flights to Croatia in this year's summer flight schedule, so it remains to be seen whether the three-week operations to Zagreb will take place according to current announcements.