Serbian national airline Air Serbia “re-established” direct flights between Belgrade and Tel Aviv, following a hiatus of more than three years, Thursday, April 7, with the company announcing it will be operating flights three times a week, but with a fourth flight added in May.
“Tel Aviv is one of the most modern centers in the Middle East,” said Bojan Aranđelović, head of Network Planning and Scheduling at Air Serbia. “By bringing this cosmopolitan city back into our network of destinations, we have opened the doors of Israel to everyone who wants to visit it.
“Only fifty kilometers away lies Jerusalem, a city whose history goes back to the fourth millennium BC, making it one of the oldest in the world,” he added. “The average length of the Tel Aviv flight is two hours and fifty minutes and will be operated by Airbus A319 aircraft,”
By adding Tel Aviv into its network of destinations, Air Serbia further enriched its offer, enabling passengers good connections between the Middle East and West Europe, United States of America and the Balkans, the company said.
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