More than 200,000 Air Serbia passengers in November for the first time
During November, Air Serbia transported more than 200,000 passengers on scheduled and charter flights, which is the highest number of passengers for that month since 2013, when the company began operating under its current name. During November, which is believed to be one of the months with the lowest traffic in this part of the world, the Serbian airline had a 113 percent growth in the number of passengers carried, i.e., more than twice as much as in November 2021. Compared to November in the record-setting year 2019, a 15 percent increase was reported.
“In the first eleven months of this year, we carried over 2,500,000 passengers. That’s a million passengers more than last year. When we look back, Air Serbia’s most successful year was 2019, when we have, in the period from January to November, carried only four percent more passengers than this year. We are continuing to monitor the trends and we hope that the good results in 2022 are an overture into an even better 2023,” said Boško Rupić, General Manager Commercial and Strategy, Air Serbia.
During November, Air Serbia operated 2,536 flights from its hub in Belgrade, as well as from the airports in Niš and Kraljevo, surpassing the total number of flights from November 2019 by 10 percent. Some of the most popular destinations in November were Paris, New York, Zurich, London, Istanbul, Podgorica, and Amsterdam.
You can find more information about the activities of the Serbian national airline on the Air Serbia Media Centre webpage.