Two million passengers on Air Serbia flights since the start of the year
This morning, the Serbian national airline carried its 2-millionth passenger in 2022. From the beginning of the year until the end of September, Air Serbia carried approximately 1,700,000 passengers on scheduled flights and more than 300,000 on charter flights.
During September, Air Serbia carried more than 300,000 passengers from Belgrade, which is 69,8 percent more than in the same month in 2021, and this is the best result for September since 2013 when the company began operating under its current name. More than 3,400 flights have been carried out during September, of which 2,900 were scheduled, and almost 500 charter flights.
“Even though the vacation season has practically passed, the summer season in the airline industry is still ongoing. As usual, demand for flights during September is somewhat lower than in July and August, which were record-setting months in terms of the number of passengers carried, but is still very high for this period of the year. Thanks to the trust shown to us by our passengers, during 2022, we have achieved excellent results. In September, we carried our 20-millionth passenger since we had started operating under the name of Air Serbia, and now also our 2-millionth passenger since the start of 2022. We are heading toward new records, constantly striving to expand our offer with new, even more attractive destinations,” said Boško Rupić, General Manager Commercial and Strategy, Air Serbia.
The summer season will officially end at the end of October. In the upcoming period, Air Serbia will stop flying to this year’s seasonal destinations, but the company is already adding new ones. As announced earlier, starting on 31 October, Air Serbia will launch a direct service to Malta, two times a week.
You can find more information about the activities of the Serbian national airline on the company’s website: www.airserbia.com.