Air Serbia launches 22nd new route in 2023

Air Serbia commenced operations between Belgrade and Ohrid on Monday, marking its return to the lakeside city for the first time in six years. It also marks the airline’s 22nd newly launched destination since the start of 2023. Flights will be maintained four times per week with the ATR72 aircraft. The General Manager of airport operator TAV Macedonia, Nejat Kurt, said, “We at TAV are delighted to welcome Air Serbia back to Ohrid St. Paul the Apostle Airport and the resumption of flights on the Belgrade – Ohrid route, following a break that started in 2017. This resumption not only reconnects Ohrid, the Pearl of the Balkans, with the capital of Serbia, Belgrade, but it also signifies an important milestone in our recovery efforts following the challenging times faced by the global aviation industry. Additionally, the resumption of flights on the Belgrade – Ohrid route will not only benefit leisure travellers but also serve as a catalyst for economic growth. It will promote tourism, strengthen business ties, and facilitate cultural exchanges between Serbia and North Macedonia. We are confident that the resumption of this route will provide immense opportunities for collaboration, trade, and the exchange of ideas. Ohrid Airport’s team is committed to providing a safe and efficient airport experience for all passengers while working closely with Air Serbia to ensure their journey is seamless and enjoyable”. Air Serbia’s Ohrid service is codeshared by Air France, ITA Airways and Turkish Airlines.

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