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Air Serbia carried 36,000 more passengers in Narch, year-over-year

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New records of the Serbian national airline.

In March 2024, Air Serbia carried 271,102 passengers, which is a 15 per cent increase compared to the same month in 2023. The Serbian national airline operated 3,018 flights during March, 8 per cent more than in March 2023. This is Air Serbia’s best March result since 2013, i.e., the year when the company started operating under its current name.


“The first quarter of 2024 was successful for Air Serbia. During the first three months, we carried over 750,000 passengers, which is 110,000 more passengers year-over-year. Additionally, we operated 16 per cent more flights compared to the number of flights in the first three months of 2023. We expect to soon carry our one-millionth passenger in 2024. For comparison, in 2023, this number of passengers was reached only later in the year, on 8 May. The good monthly and quarterly results delight us and motivate us to provide our passengers with even more opportunities and a better customer experience during the summer season, which in aviation began on 31 March,” said Jiri Marek, CEO of the Serbian national airline.

The most popular destinations in Air Serbia’s network in March 2024, when it comes to Western Europe, were Zurich, Paris, Rome, Amsterdam, Milan, and Vienna. In the region, they were Podgorica, Tivat, and Ljubljana, while in the broader Euro-Mediterranean zone, the most popular services were to Athens, Barcelona, and Istanbul.

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