Articles Tagged ‘Air Serbia’
Air Serbia has announced twice-weekly flights between Budapest Airport and the Serbian city of Nis. The flights will be operated from 1 August on Thursdays and Sundays by a 144-seat A319. This is the 12th new route from Nis in S19, thanks in part to a five-year Public Service Obligation (PSO) tender from the Serbian […]
Air Serbia launched direct flights between Niš and Nürnberg on 15 July.
Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport set to reach six million passengers in 2019; 15% average capacity increase among top 10 carriers
Belgrade Airport has seen passenger numbers more than double since 2009, and is set to enter a new phase with high-profile backing from industry-leading airport operator VINCI since December 2018. anna.aero studies the growth of one of Europe’s most exciting up-and-coming hubs, and examines its potential for the future.
Air Serbia begins a three times weekly link between Helsinki and Belgrade.
Denmark’s Copenhagen Airport is renowned for its slick B2B aviation marketing…yet it has taken until the fourth year of the Arch of Triumph competition to claim its first-ever win. A further 12 airports also sent us their offerings this week.
Air Serbia begins a four times weekly service between Belgrade and Venice Marco Polo.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, St. Petersburg Airport awards 11 airlines in its sixth annual LED Together awards and Cardiff Airport celebrates its Thomson Airways cruise charters to Dubai. More news also from Manchester Airport.
Wizz Air and Ryanair are the biggest and fastest-growing airlines in Central Europe; Poland-UK remains biggest country pair
We define a new region of 17 countries across Central and Eastern Europe and analyse which are the biggest and fastest-growing in 2016. Plus we reveal the top 15 airlines (and how fast they are growing) and busiest country pairs.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Lisbon Airport celebrates the launch of flights to Birmingham with Monarch Airlines, while China Eastern Airlines celebrates its first St. Petersburg flight. More news also from Manchester, Pittsburgh, Prague and Vienna airports as well as HK Express.
Last week Budapest Airport had back-to-back meetings at the 138th IATA Slots Conference in Hamburg, now it has back-to-back victories in the Arch of Triumph competition. Unfortunately the airport has not entered this week to go for the hat-trick. However, 13 other airports have. With mid-season approaching, the world’s airports should now have a measure […]
Air Serbia begins daily A330-200 service between Belgrade and New York JFK – its first long-haul operation.
Despite having back-to-back meetings to discuss the next batch of route launches, the Budapest Airport Business Development team at the IATA Slot Conference in Hamburg had time to celebrate last week’s win. Find out which of this week’s 14 entries takes the prize home.