“By introducing Malaga as a new destination Air Serbia is further enhancing its presence in Spain and offering passengers even better connections to this Mediterranean country,” said Boško Rupić, General Manager, Commercial and Strategy, Air Serbia.
“Flights to all cities in Spain operated by our company have recorded very good cabin load factors throughout the year. We believe that Malaga will be as attractive to our passengers as Barcelona, Madrid, Palma de Mallorca, and Valencia.”
Flights will be operated twice a week, on Thursdays and Sundays. Tickets are already available at the starting price of EUR 99one way in Economy. With the renewal of the Malta flights, Malaga is now the second destination Air Serbia will introduce for this winter season.
The city of Malaga was founded in the eighth century, at the southernmost end of Spain, in the Andalusia province. It is located on the Coast of the Sun (Costa del Sol) and it has approximately 300 sunny days a year. It is known for numerous historical and cultural landmarks, such as the La Alcazaba, Gibralfaro Castle, Picasso Museum, and Málaga’s Centre of Contemporary Art. This city, the sixth biggest in Spain, is the birthplace of the famous painter Pablo Picasso.
Flights to Malaga will be operated from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. The flight schedule for this route was designed to offer passengers favorable connections to numerous cities in Air Serbia’s network, such as Athens, Vienna, Bucharest, Ljubljana, Istanbul, Podgorica, Skopje, Zagreb, and others.
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