Air Serbia Cancels Planned Launch of Flights From Belgrade to Amman

Air Serbia stated in January that flights between Belgrade's Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG) and Amman's Queen Alia International Airport will begin in February (AMM).

Highlights

  • Air Serbia has cancelled its plans to begin flights from Belgrade to Amman, Jordan's capital.
  • The airline has provided no explanation for the cancellation of the Amman flights.
  • Passengers on such flights were given an alternate route with Turkish Airlines through Istanbul, with Air Serbia codesharing on both sectors.

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Air Serbia has cancelled its plans to begin flights from Belgrade to Amman, Jordan's capital.

Air Serbia stated in January that flights between Belgrade's Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG) and Amman's Queen Alia International Airport will begin in February (AMM).

The four-weekly schedule was set to begin on June 3, with three-weekly flights returning in the winter. Summer flights to Amman were scheduled to leave Belgrade on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays, and return the next day.

The airline announced at the time of the launch that the route would allow travellers from Amman to travel easily around Europe on the Air Serbia network.

Berlin, Vienna, Zurich, Milan, Paris, Rome, Stuttgart, Prague, and Zagreb were considered as possible linking routes.

The airline has provided no explanation for the cancellation of the Amman flights. Passengers on such flights were given an alternate route with Turkish Airlines through Istanbul, with Air Serbia codesharing on both sectors.

Belgrade-Amman service began in February 2021, with four-weekly flights beginning in June 2021. As the airline battled the epidemic, those flights, as well as many others, were cancelled.

Flights to the Russian city of Sochi in the so-called Caucasian Riveria were included in the summer expansion for 2022, but this route has also been cancelled. The airline had said that it was awaiting clearances before taking tickets, but no explanation for the cancellation has been provided.

Air Serbia continues to fly into Russia, with three-hour flights from Belgrade to Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO) operated by a mix of Airbus A319 and A330 aircraft.

Datchanapriya is a journalism and mass communication student from Chennai. Has always been passionate about writing and connecting with people.

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