Belgrade-Zagreb flights to be reestablished after 23 years

Air Serbia will on December 12, after 23 years, reestablish the air route between Belgrade, Serbia, and Zagreb, Croatia.

Source: B92

The carrier announced it would fly to Zagreb and back twice a day.

The company is yet to announce the pricing, but two agencies told B92 that the cheapest return ticket including all taxes will cost EUR 107.

The first flight between the two cities, at the time part of the same country, took place in 1928 and was carried out by JAT Airways' predecessor, Aeroput. JAT maintained the flights from 1947 until 1991.

JAT was later renamed to Jat Airways, and in 2013 rebranded as Air Serbia.

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