Air Serbia stopped its flights to Israel about three years ago in March 2020, at the beginning of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Starting April 6, Air Serbia is expected to operate 3 weekly flights from Tel Aviv on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, most likely with aircraft from the company’s Airbus A320 family. The flights are expected to depart at different times depending on the day of the week. According to the reservation system, flight prices to Belgrade currently start at about 230 USD, which is an attractive price in relation to the length of the flight.

Tel Aviv will be the 22nd destination that Air Serbia is launching this year, as part of its effort to restore the company’s route network before further expanding it. This year the company announced its desire to open lines to Tianjin in China and Cuba as well as increase frequencies from Belgrade to New York.

Arkia is also expected to launch a direct flight line from Tel Aviv to Belgrade with three weekly flights starting at the end of March.