From today Air Serbia now flies to six different destinations in Croatia as flights resumed to the Dalmatian city of Zadar after a 28-year long break. The national airline of Serbia already operates flights to Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Pula and Rijeka and these new flights to Zadar will attract even more tourists from the Serbian capital, Belgrade to the Croatian coastline.
"We are proud to be able to help bring closer the people and economies of the two countries. We are confident that the flights will enhance travel options and will further contribute to the development of bilateral trade and tourism. Our intention is to further develop year-round inbound tourism, by offering our guests all of these destinations in Croatia", reported Air Serbia.
And EX-YU Aviation reports that Air Serbia is offering over 165.000 seats between Belgrade and its Croatian destinations this summer season.