Flights start from June 2
Air Serbia from June 2 is to resume flights from Belgrade to Kiev after 3-year hiatus.
The carrier has started selling tickets for this route to the end of the summer schedule 2019, which is valid until October 27.
The flights will be operated in Borispol airport three times a week: on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Flights from Belgrade to Kiev on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 07:00, from Kiev to Belgrade is at 10:35. Departures on Sundays from Belgrade at 18:05, from Kiev at 21:40.
On the line claimed jet medium-range aircraft Airbus A319. The journey time will be 1 hour 50 minutes on the way from Belgrade and 1 hour and 45 minutes on the way from Kiev. Tickets at the cheapest fare of economy class Economy Light sold at a price of $263 in both parties, taxes and transportation only hand Luggage weighing up to 8 kg.
This will be the third attempt to call Air Serbia at Ukrainian market. For the first time, the airline planned to begin flying between Belgrade and Kiev in 2014, however, postponed the launch of its flights indefinitely. In a statement, Air Serbia said only that “the safety of passengers and crew is paramount” for the airline.
In 2016, Air Serbia flying from Belgrade to Kiev from June to September on land leased from the Slovenian airline Adria regional jet aircraft Bombardier CRJ 900. Air Serbia was established on the basis of the national Serbian air carrier JAT Airways. Updated shareholder of the airline was Etihad Airways from United Arab Emirates. She gained control of 49% stake in JAT Airways. Before 2013 flight Kiev-Belgrade complied with Ukrainian airline AeroSvit. After it ceased operations, direct air link between Ukraine and Serbia was suspended.
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