Air Serbia flies new Airbus A319Berlin, 18.11.2013
Bearing a white logo on the blue and red national colours, Air Serbia’s new Airbus A319 landed at Berlin Tegel right on time at 9:00 am. The new Airbus A319 replaces the Boeing 737 previously used on the Belgrade-Berlin route and is representative of the airline’s realignment. Air Serbia is the national carrier of Serbia and the legal successor to JAT Airways. The name change to Air Serbia is a result of the strategic partnership with Etihad Airways. Alongside the airline’s rebranding to Air Serbia, its fleet has been modernised and route network expanded as part of the realignment process. airberlin and JAT Airways have been offering their passengers a selection of flights under a common flight number in accordance with a codeshare arrangement since August 2013.
On the route between Berlin Tegel and Belgrade, passengers will in future have 128 seats, a comfortable interior and extensive range of on-board services at their disposal. Passengers can earn miles on all routes with the award-winning Etihad Guest frequent flyer programme. Air Serbia is flying five times a week from Berlin Tegel to Belgrade in November and December 2013. From January 2014, the Berlin-Belgrade connection will be offered daily.