Air Serbia has launched a service between the Serbian capital Belgrade (BEG) and Valencia (VLC) in Spain.
The route marks the first time the Balkan carrier has operated in the city in southeastern Spain. It will be operated twice a week.
The Serbian flag carrier will use Airbus A320s on the route. Until the end of May, the service will be provided on Wednesdays and Saturdays, changing to Thursdays and Sundays in early June.
BEG is Air Serbia’s third Spanish destination. It already serves Madrid (MAD and Barcelona (BCN).
The carrier aims to launch seasonal flights twice a week from BEG to Palma de Mallorca (PMI) between June 11 and October 29.
“We are convinced that this will contribute to better connectivity and the development of trade and tourism activities between our two countries,” said Air Serbia Chief Commercial and Strategic Officer Boško Rupić. “Spain is a traditionally attractive market for our passengers and a very popular summer holiday destination, and this is further demonstrated by strong demand and good load factors on flights to all our destinations in this Mediterranean country in the coming period.”