Air Serbia launched flights between Belgrade and Venice Marco Polo on 1 June. Seen cutting the route launch cake in the Italian city are: Monica Scarpa, CEO, SAVE Group; Dane Kondić, CEO, Air Serbia; Zorana Mihajlović, Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia and the Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure; and Giuseppe Manzo, Ambassador of Italy to Serbia. The carrier will operate the 626-kilometre link between the two airports four times weekly.
- Air Serbia now serves Venice Marco Polo (VCE) having added the Italian city to its network on 1 June. The airline will offer four weekly flights between Belgrade (BEG) and the Italian destination, with the 626-kilometre route scheduled to be operated by the carrier’s fleet of ATR 72-200s, although the first flight was operated by one of its A319s. No other carrier currently links the two airports. Venice becomes the airline’s third route to Italy, with Air Serbia already linking Belgrade to Milan Malpensa and Rome Fiumicino according to OAG schedules. See how Venice Marco Polo Airport’s water arch salute compares with others from around the world this week.