Air Serbia – National Airline of the Republic of Serbia

Air Serbia is the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, the successor of the first national company Aeroput, founded in Belgrade in 1927. It has been operating under its current name since October 2013.

Air Serbia flies or plans flights to more than 70 regular, seasonal and charter destinations throughout Europe, the Mediterranean, North America, Asia and Africa, both in passenger and cargo traffic.

In association with partner airlines, it also offers flights to international destinations in Asia, Australia, North America and Africa.

In addition to the main airport "Nikola Tesla" in Belgrade, Air Serbia also flies from the "Constantine the Great" Airport in Nis, as well as from the international "Morava" airport near Kraljevo.

The company is a member of the International Air Carriers Association.

One of the strategic goals of Air Serbia is the continuous modernisation of aircraft, manufacturing systems, technical support, as well as continuous training of the crew.

In order to provide passengers with even greater comfort, regardless of the class they fly, Air Serbia strengthened its fleet with eight new planes in 2022.

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