Flying to over 40 destinations around the world that include the Middle East, the US, and Europe, Air Serbia is the largest carrier in the city. The airline is popular with Serbians living inside and outside of Serbia. The airline partnered with the UAE’s Etihad Airline to supply its customers with better service and more routes. The airline changed its name in 2013 from Jat Airways to Air Serbia and it has a fleet of over 20 aircraft.
Air Serbia booking can be made through almosafer.com.
For passengers with a confirmed e-ticket, the option of online check-in is available 36 hours to 1 hour before departure for all Australian Airlines flights from Amsterdam, Prague, London, Abu Dhabi, Istanbul, Dusseldorf, Beirut, and Belgrade.
Yes, Air Serbia allows web check-in.
Yes, Air Serbia offers online seat selection at a nominal fee or free. It depends on your flight booking.
The total number of routes serviced by Air Serbia is 95.
The airline code for Air Serbia is JU.