Air Serbia increasing the number of flights to Tivat in the summer season
Due to exceptional interest of travelers, Air Serbia will be increasing the number of weekly flights between Belgrade and Tivat in the period from the middle of June to the middle of September. During the peak of the season, the national airline will be operating flights between the Serbian capital and the popular touristic destination on the Montenegrin seaside up to 36 times a week, compared to the 23 weekly flights operated on average during the same period last year.
Air Serbia will be operating flights five times a day between Belgrade and Tivat on all days except Friday, when it will operate six daily flights. In that manner, this summer travelers will have almost a double amount of seats available to them on Airbus and ATR aircraft, compared to the previous season.
“The increased frequencies of flights to Tivat is our response to the growing demand and the needs of our passengers. Tivat is a popular destination both for tourists from Serbia, and for travellers from other countries, and we are offering the best seamless travel option via our growing hub of Belgrade,” said Boško Rupić, Head of Trade & Corporate sales at Air Serbia.
Thanks to an increased frequency of flights to Tivat, the Serbian airline is offering one of the best and shortest connectivity from the Montenegrin seaside to more than 60 destinations in the region and Europe.