The national airline of Serbia will be flying to more than 80 destinations worldwide this summer.
Air Serbia has carried more than 1,000,000 passengers as of this morning, 8 May 2023, whereas in 2022, this significant achievement was only reached on 8 July, or two months later. In the so far most successful pre-pandemic year 2019, the Serbian national airline reached the number of one million passengers on 25 June, i.e., a month and a half later compared to the current year. Bearing in mind the existing trends, Air Serbia expects to exceed the figure of three and a half million passengers carried in 2023.
“We knew this outcome was outstanding when we registered our 500,000th passenger in 2023 in mid March, and we thought that more successes would come fast. Just two months later, we are breaking our records again. For the first time since we have been operating under the name of Air Serbia, we already handled one million passengers in May. We have reasons to be satisfied with outstanding monthly results, ten consecutive record months in terms of the number of flights and passengers carried and a profitable first quarter of 2023. The achieved results motivate us to be even better and more efficient in the coming period,” said Jiri Marek, CEO of Air Serbia.
The national airline of Serbia will be flying to more than 80 destinations worldwide this summer. In addition to the national Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, the company also flies from the Niš Constantine the Great Airport and the Morava international airport near Kraljevo. Nearly half, or 49%, of all passengers who flew from Belgrade airport to their final destinations in Q1 2023 did so on an Air Serbia flight.
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