BELGRADE – Serbian flag carrier Air Serbia has started to gradually resume its commercial flights

Serbian flag carrier Air Serbia has started to gradually resume its commercial flights from Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport from 21 May.

Flights to Zurich and Frankfurt will take off first, while flights to London, Amsterdam and Paris are set to restart soon, while regional destinations will also follow.

Air Serbia had previously said it would respect all anti-pandemic procedures ‘before, during and after flights,’ including the mandatory wearing of face masks.

Serbian Transport Minister Zorana Mihajlovic said Serbia was the first country in the region to resume its commercial flights.

“In addition to Zurich, flights to Frankfurt, London, Vienna will also resume, as well as to Paris, Amsterdam, Ljubljana, New York and other cities. It is important that we slowly go back to normal. Safety, of course, comes first,” the minister said. (EURACTIV.rs  betabriefing.com)

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