In April, Air Serbia carried 282,509 passengers on its scheduled flights, an increase of 84% compared to the same month in 2022 and a 53% increase compared to the record year of 2019 before the pandemic. From the airports of Belgrade, Nis and Kraljevo, Air Serbia operated 3,167 flights in April, which is 66% more than last year and 35% more than in 2019.
“During For ten months in a row, from July 2022 to April 2023, our company has been achieving record monthly results in terms of the number of passengers carried and the number of flights performed. Considering that the summer season in the aviation industry is in full swing and that many tourist destinations are becoming more active, we believe that the results will be even better. In April, we expanded our network to five new destinations and will continue this upward trend in May,” said Air Serbia General Manager of Commerce and Strategy Bosko Rupic.
The Serbian national airline launched flights to Tel in April for the first time. – Aviv, Ankara, Catania, Izmir and Lisbon. All flights had a high load factor.