Tag: Air Serbia

Air Serbia Makes History With First All-Female In-Flight Crew

Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, made history this afternoon when its first all-female flight and cabin crew took to the skies. The special flight, JU314, departed Belgrade for Paris at 5:05 pm, with Captain Vesna Aleksić and First Officer Mirjana Stojilković at the controls. Looking after guests on the flight […]

Etihad’s Troubles In Europe Are Getting Worse

Alitalia’s staff rejecting a last minute restructuring bid to keep the airline afloat, has not only pushed the European airline to begin bankruptcy proceedings for the second time in a decade, but has also put Abu Dhabi-based Etihad’s European future in question. Etihad paid €560 million for its 49 percent stake in Alitalia in 2014, […]

Air Serbia Records Strong Passenger and Cargo Growth in 2015

Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, has delivered strong operational results in 2015, seeing significant growth in passenger and cargo volumes during its second full year of operation. The airline carried 2.55 million passengers last year, representing an 11 per cent increase over 2014, and contributing strongly to the record operational […]

Serbia and Kosovo Accelerate Flight Plans

Serbia and Kosovo have agreed to accelerate plans to establish flights between Belgrade and Pristina. At last week’s high-level EU-moderated reconciliation talks in Brussels, the two sides discussed ways in which to avoid drawn-out bureaucratic procedures and unresolved airspace issues which could delay the service launch. Since Serbia and Kosovo have not regulated portions of […]