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 Air Serbia’s main hub is Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport, with connections to nearly 50 destinations. Image: Finavia

Air Serbia launches Belgrade­–Helsinki route

Serbian national carrier Air Serbia is commencing a thrice-weekly service between Belgrade and Helsinki in June.

This will be the first year-round direct flight between the two cities. The 2.5-hour flight will operate on Monday and Saturday mornings, and Thursday afternoons.

Duncan Naysmith, CEO of Air Serbia, said the new link will provide business and leisure travellers with convenient travel opportunities between the two capital cities and seamless onward connections through Belgrade to major destinations in Southeast Europe and the Mediterranean, as well as other of the 49 destinations on Air Serbia’s network.

The Serbian airline is part of the Etihad Airways Alliance.

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