Zagreb, December 12, 2014/ Independent Balkan News Agency
By Marija Avramovic
Starting today, the Serbian airline Air Serbia, after 23 years, has re-established the rout Belgrade-Zagreb with two flights per day.
“Establishing the route to Zagreb is an important and well-received addition to Air Serbia’s network destination, which is growing rapidly. These flights will respond to the growing demand for business and tourist journeys for persons who travel frequently between these two cities and will allow them significant time savings compared to traveling by train or car. The new flights will also enable two-way connection via Belgrade between Croatia, the rest of Europe and major global destinations”, said Dane Kondic, CEO of Air Serbia.
The first commercial flight on this route was conducted in February 1928 and after the war the second world war the line was re-established in April 1947 and had been maintained until August 1991.