Air Serbia will fly to Germany’s second biggest city three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Also, the airline will be flying to the capital of Egypt three times a week, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
On 15 May 2023, Air Serbia’s flight JU394 at 5:30 pm marked the launching of direct flights between Belgrade and Hamburg. The Serbian national airline will fly to Germany’s second biggest city three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
There was a welcoming ceremony for Air Serbia’s inaugural flight at Hamburg Airport, located 8.5 km north of the city centre.
“Hamburg is our ninth destination in Germany, along with Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hanover, Nuremberg and Stuttgart from Belgrade, as well as Cologne and Frankfurt-Hahn to which we fly from Niš Constantine the Great airport. We believe that our new, scheduled flights between Belgrade and Hamburg will be just as interesting to those who travel to the northern German city on business, as well as those who want to visit it as tourists. There are many reasons to visit Hamburg, so you should book your ticket today,” said Boško Rupić, General Manager Commercial and Strategy, Air Serbia.
Hamburg is a diverse and inspirational city, with an impressive naval charm. Visit Hamburg’s spectacular musicals, plays and theatres, or organise a picnic in one of its parks. Make sure you take a walk along the river Elba, where the concert hall, Elbphilharmonie, is located, one of the city’s most well-known landmarks. Throughout history, Hamburg has been known as a
centre of classical music and is the birthplace of great composers, such as Brahms and Mendelson, and the legendary Beatles started their career there.
The national airline offers good connectivity out of Hamburg, via Belgrade, to other destinations in its network, such as Thessaloniki, Athens, Istanbul, Bucharest, Sofia, Tirana, Skopje, Sarajevo, Rome, Malta, Split, Dubrovnik, Tivat, Podgorica, Vienna, Pula, Rijeka, Zadar, Florence, Catania, Naples, Palermo and Larnaca.
Also, Last night, with flight JU876, Air Serbia commenced a direct service between Belgrade and Cairo. The Serbian national airline will be flying to the capital of Egypt three times a week, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
The inaugural flight of Air Serbia was ceremoniously welcomed at Cairo International Airport, located 15 kilometres away from the city centre. Representatives of the national airline and airport attended the event.
“When planning their vacations, tourists from our country and the region often choose Egypt. In addition to Air Serbia charter flights to the country’s favourite resorts, such as Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh, as of last night, we offer passengers scheduled flights between Belgrade and Cairo. We believe that these direct flights will be a strong motive for passengers to visit and get to know the city on the Nile,” said Boško Rupić.
The capital of the Arab Republic of Egypt brings the past, present, and future together, and its architecture is evidence of the many civilizations that have been present in this part of the world throughout history. The streets of Cairo are constantly filled with the scent of perfume, papyrus, spice, fish, and hookah, while the pyramids, mummies of ancient pharaohs, and treasure collections alternate with luxury hotels, skyscrapers, and jazz clubs. A unique combination of traditional and modern can be found in every part of the city.
With the introduction of direct flights between Belgrade and Cairo, passengers flying from Cairo via Belgrade have access to good connections to Amsterdam, Berlin, Bari, Paris, Dusseldorf, Rome, London, Ljubljana, Madrid, Milan, Prague, Tivat, Vienna, Zurich, Zagreb, and many other destinations in the Air Serbia network.
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