Serbia's national airline, Air Serbia, will resume flights to its destinations on the Croatian coast - Dubrovnik and Split - from May 28th, it was announced in Belgrade on Tuesday.
Flights to popular summer resorts in Dalmatia are planned twice a week - on Mondays and Fridays, while from June 13, a third flight a week to Split will be added on Sunday, according to a statement from Air Serbia.
"Judging by the visible changes in demand, the situation is developing in a positive direction. We are pleased to have the opportunity to allow passengers to plan a summer vacation in popular coastal destinations such as Dubrovnik and Split, which are traditionally interesting to them because of their beauty and proximity, "said the director of commercial and strategy at the Serbian company Jiří Marek.
Air Serbia's flights to Split and Dubrovnik were suspended last year as part of air traffic control measures due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The company also maintains a regular line to Zagreb. In previous months, it had three to four flights a week on the Belgrade-Zagreb route, and as of February 8, two flights a week are available on that route, on Mondays and Fridays.