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Over 439,000 passengers on Air Serbia’s flights in June

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In June 2024, Air Serbia transported 439,051 passengers, a 16,688 increase from 2023, operating 4,466 flights, marking a 3% rise and setting new records for the month.

In June 2024, Air Serbia carried 439,051 passengers on scheduled and charter flights, which is 16,688 passengers more compared to the same month last year. From the airports in Belgrade, Niš, and Kraljevo, the Serbian national carrier operated 4,466 flights in June, which is 3% more compared to the same month in 2023. In this way, Air Serbia broke its June record when it comes to passengers carried and flights operated, set in 2023.

“Air Serbia has been operating under the current name and brand since 2013. Since then, we achieved numerous successes, and, more importantly, we constantly push our boundaries, achieving even better results. In line with that, June behind us was our most successful sixth month in the last almost 11 years according to the number of passengers and flights. Since the start of 2024, we carried over 1.8 million passengers on scheduled, seasonal, and charter flights to over 90 destinations. We are in the midst of the summer season, and we are seeing high load factors on a daily basis, so even better results are expected in the coming months,” said Boško Rupić, General Manager Commercial & Strategy at Air Serbia.

Air Serbia’s most popular destinations in June were Zurich, Paris, Barcelona, Amsterdam, and Frankfurt in Western Europe, Podgorica and Tivat in the region, while in the Euromediterranean zone, the most popular flights were to Larnaca, Istanbul, and Athens. In June, there was also high demand for flights to New York, in North America.

Air Serbia operates scheduled, seasonal and charter flights to over 70 destinations in Europe, the Mediterranean, North America, Asia and Africa, in passenger and cargo traffic. In cooperation with our airline partners, we also offer flights to international destinations in Asia, Australia, North America and Africa.

Vicky Karantzavelou
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