Starting 15 April, Air Serbia will launch direct Belgrade-Lisbon flights. The Serbian national airline will operate two flights a week to Portugal’s capital, on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Flights between Belgrade Airport and Lisbon’s Humberto Delgado will be operated by Air Serbia’s Airbus A319 aircraft. Tickets are already available at the starting price of EUR 85 for one-way flights in economy.
“There has been lots of interest for launching flights between Belgrade and Lisbon, and now I’m happy to announce that Air Serbia will launch its first route to Portugal in April. I believe that this news will make passengers happy. By adding Lisbon to our network, we are opening the doors of Portugal’s capital, which has 290 sunny days a year, on average, and the temperature rarely falls below 15 degrees,” said Air Serbia’s General Manager Commercial and Strategy Boško Rupić.
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Lisbon is a historic city that combines old customs and ancient history with modern culture, entertainment, and technological innovations. This timeless and hospitable city welcomes tourists with open arms. Make sure to visit the famous Mosteiro dos Jerónimos monastery, built to commemorate Vasco da Gama’s journey to India, as well as Arco da Rua Augusta building, which offers a spectacular and unique view. The most popular museum in Lisbon is the National Coach Museum, and there is also the National Museum of Ancient Art, which hosts works from Portuguese, European, African and Oriental cultures.
Air Serbia will provide good connections from Lisbon via Belgrade to Athens, Larnaca, Istanbul, Zurich, Podgorica, Bucharest, Skopje, Ohrid, Thessaloniki, Sofia, Budapest, Vienna, Zagreb, Tivat, Tirana, Ljubljana, Sarajevo, and many others in its network.
You can find more information about the activities of the Serbian national airline on the Air Serbia Media Centrewebpage.