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Air Serbia commences direct flights to Tel Aviv

“Tel Aviv’s return to the Air Serbia network will further enrich our offer, enabling our passengers a good connection between the Middle East and West Europe, United States of America and the Balkans,” stated Boško Rupić, General Manager Commercial and Strategy, Air Serbia.

Starting on 6 April, Air Serbia will commence direct flights between Belgrade and Tel Aviv. The Airbus A319 aircraft of the national airline will be flying between the capital of Serbia and Ben Gurion Airport three times a week – on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

“After a pause of almost three years due to the coronavirus pandemic, in April we will begin flying to Israel again. We are looking forward to returning to Tel Aviv. This city on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea is the biggest urban area and the cultural centre of Israel, guarding tradition and history. Its return to the Air Serbia network will further enrich our offer, enabling our passengers a good connection between the Middle East and West Europe, United States of America and the Balkans,” stated Boško Rupić, General Manager Commercial and Strategy, Air
Serbia.

Flt Desg Eff Date Freq Dept Arp Dept Time Arvl Arp Arrv Time Block Time
JU  0812 06-Apr-23 Tuesday, Thursday Belgrade (BEG) 13:30 Tel Aviv (TLV) 17:20 02:50
JU  0813 06-Apr-23 Tuesday, Thursday Tel Aviv (TLV) 19:00 Belgrade (BEG) 21:00 03:00
JU  0816 09-Apr-23 Sunday Belgrade (BEG) 00:30 Tel Aviv (TLV) 04:20 02:50
JU  0817 09-Apr-23 Sunday Tel Aviv (TLV) 06:00 Belgrade (BEG) 08:00 03:00

*All times are local

Tel Aviv is adorned with sandy Mediterranean beaches, rich culture and architecture, extraordinary nightlife and diverse delicacies. Its historical heritage, stone buildings and cobblestone streets attract tourists every day. It is also the location of one of the oldest ports in the world, Jaffa. Make sure to visit Shuk HaCarmel, the most famous Israeli outdoor marketplace, as well as Shuk HaPishpeshim, rich with antiquities. An authentic and vivid Middle East experience can be made complete with a walk down Ibn Gvirol and Ben Yehuda streets, where delicacies with meat, fish or vegetables are served, masterfully wrapped in pita bread or on a slice of toast. Try sabich and tahini in laffa bread, or the unique herring sandwich.

Tatiana Rokou

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