Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, is awaiting prepared for Switzerland’s decision to abolish the mandatory ten day quarantine for travellers arriving from Serbia, and depending on demand, it will consider increasing the capacities of its Zurich flights. Since the gradual recommencement of flights from 21 May to today, in addition to New York flights, the Zurich flights have been one of the best Air Serbia routes, with 216 flights and more than 14 thousand passengers carried in this period.
Serbian national airline is planning to operate flights to Zurich up to 14 times a week within September, thus offering the highest number of frequencies between Serbia and Switzerland, and thanks to its hub in Beograd also seamless connection to wider region.
“As a leading carrier of choice between Serbia and Switzerland, we are proud to keep offering more value to our customers and had selected Zurich route as the first one to introduce our new campaign Always More. Under this campaign we will be introducing new features and benefits, bringing more value to our customers and differentiate ourselves from our competitors,” said Jiri Marek, General Manager Commercial and Strategy, Air Serbia. He added that “campaign Always More offers to Air Serbia passengers special benefits, such as flexibility to move the flight up to 24 hours before the scheduled departure time free of charge, 50% discounts for flight tickets for children under the age of 12, free access to the Premium Lounge in Belgrade already with Comfort fare and recently introduced priority check-in for families with children at a special Family check-in counter available for entire Air Serbia flight network.”
Air Serbia highly recommends its passengers considering to travel to Zurich to check with the diplomatic-consular institutions of Switzerland whether they are, in accordance with the latest measures, permitted to travel there.