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- 1 About Air Serbia
- 2 Air Serbia Check-in
- 3 Air Serbia Baggage Allowance
- 4 Air Serbia Seat Selection
- 5 Air Serbia Knee Distance
- 6 Etihad Guest Frequent Flyer Program
- 7 Air Serbia Food & Beverage
- 8 Air Serbia Inflight Entertainment
- 9 Air Serbia Pet Policy
- 10 Air Serbia Lounge
About Air Serbia
The airline Air Serbia is the biggest airline in Serbia. Air Serbia, established in 1927 under the name Aeroput, is currently in Belgrade. Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport also serves as the hub of Air Serbia flights. The airline was formerly known as Jat Airways, and its name was changed, and in 2013 it became operational under its new name.
Before Air Serbia matured to its current strength, flight operations started with two Junkers Ju 52 and two DC-3s. Air Serbia, at that time still under the name “Jugoslovenski Aerotransport” (JAT), used these aircraft to fly to regional destinations. Important destinations were Belgrade, Zagreb, Ljubljana and Sarajevo. The first international route was via Prague to Warsaw. In the next era of the airline, the fleet was converted to jet aircraft. This made the air traffic of today’s Air Serbia significantly more economical. In the 1970s, the first Boeing 707 was launched, which made intercontinental flights possible. Air Serbia or JAT Airways was the first European airline with a Boeing 737-300 in July 1985. In the heyday of the airline, over five million passengers were transported annually on over 300 routes to over 60 cities in Europe, North America, Asia, Africa and Australia. This made JAT Airways one of the ten largest European airlines.
Air Serbia and JAT were financially strengthened in 2013 through the participation of Etihad Airways. Etihad took over 49 percent of the airline; 51 percent remained with the Serbian state. As part of this acquisition, Air Serbia came to its current name in October 2013. Since then, Air Serbia’s own frequent flyer program has been switched to Etihad’s, Etihad Guest’s. On October 23, 2013, the first official flight took place under the name Air Serbia from Belgrade to Abu Dhabi.
In 2016, 2,62 million passengers were transported at 72% occupancy. It became the fourth largest airline in Central and Eastern Europe. Air Serbia has a fleet of 20 aircraft to handle air traffic (as of May 2020). Most of the aircraft are from Airbus, although Boeing is also used by Air Serbia. In May 2020, the average age of Air Serbia’s fleet was around 20.9 years.
Aviolet airline is the charter brand of Air Serbia and all flights are carried out by airline and crew of Air Serbia.
Since the launch of its partner Etihad Airways, Air Serbia is also traveling outside of Europe. There are flights to Abu Dhabi, the center of Etihad Airways.
With the participation of Etihad Airways, Air Serbia is growing again and expanding the route network. The airline’s special offers are particularly interesting for holidaymakers and business travelers alike. Particularly cheap flight tickets are regularly offered to selected destinations. Miles can also be earned through the Etihad Guest codeshare program.
Air Serbia HUB airport
Belgrade (BEG) Serbia Nikola Tesla Airport
Air Serbia Classes of Service
Air Serbia offers 2 classes of service to its passengers:
A copy of Airways Review Magazine and leather seats are the facilities provided to Economy Class passengers.
Priority on boarding with separate check-in counters, higher quality beverages and meals, higher weight limit for check-in baggage and comfortable reclining seats are some of the facilities provided to Business Class passengers.
Cities that fly to Air Serbia seasonally; Dubrovnik, Pula and Split in Croatia; Larnaca in Cyprus; Ohrid in Macedonia; Malta.
Countries where the airline is flying abroad; Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Macedonia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, The United States.
The airline has a codeshare agreement with the following airlines.
|Aeroflot||Alitalia||LOT Polish Airlines|
|Air China||Bulgaria Air||Montenegro Airlines|
|Air Europa||El Al||TAROM|
|Air France||Etihad Airways|
In the late 1980s, Air Serbia (former “Jat Airways”) was ranked 31st airline in the world and 10th in Europe.
Air Serbia Check-in
Air Serbia offers its passengers the option of checking in online easily and conveniently from home, 36 hours to about an hour before departure. However, this service is only available for flights from Abu Dhabi, Beirut, Belgrade, Bucharest, Istanbul, London and Prague. Online check-in can be carried out for individual travelers as well as for group bookings. As soon as the online check-in has been carried out successfully, customers can save their boarding pass and print it out at a later date or put it on paper straight away.
Click the button below to check in online.
To check in at the airport, check the closing times of the check-in counter on the Air Serbia website. If you are not at the airport in time, you will not be able to board the plane and you will lose all your rights on the purchased flight ticket.
Air Serbia Baggage Allowance
In the economy class, a bag of 8 kg can be carried in the cabin; in the business class, two pieces of luggage weighing a total of 12 kg are allowed. The dimensions must not exceed 40 x 20 x 55 cm. In addition, a small pocket, which can be stowed under the seat, can be carried on board.
As a matter of fact, the baggage allowance includes a piece of luggage of 23 kg in Economy Class and two 32 kg luggage in Business Class. The maximum dimensions per piece of luggage are 158 cm. For children over 2 years the same regulations apply as for adults. For younger children there is a limited free baggage of 23 kg (plus a collapsible baby carriage). Please visit the airline web site to find out about the baggage to be transported in distant destinations. In addition, Etihad Guest members have the possibility to receive additional baggage.
Sport equipment can be placed for a fee if the free pack is exceeded. The height depends on the size of the equipment and the route (within Europe it is between 30 and 100 Euro). Music instruments can be carried in the cabin as hand luggage. For larger instruments such as guitars or cellos, which are not to be given, a seat can be booked.
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Air Serbia Seat Selection
To make a comfortable trip with Air Serbia, you must choose the right seat. In general, if you want to travel in a good seat, you should choose your seat in advance and disregard some extra fees if necessary.
Air Serbia Knee Distance
Because of the airlines who want to reduce the cost of flying more passengers, knee distance is very important especially on long haul flights. The front seats and emergency exit seats are the seats with the highest knee distance. It is generally sold for a fee.
Etihad Guest Frequent Flyer Program
Air Serbia airlines use the Etihad Guest loyalty program, which is offered to passengers of company partner Etihad Airways as a frequent flight program. Etihad Guest members continue to earn miles not only on Air Serbia flights but also on partner airlines. For example Etihad Airways, Air Berlin
A family membership is also possible without problems
If you would like to become a member of Etihad Guest, you can register as a family as well as individually. The advantage of a family membership is that you do not have to (but can) freeze together to collect miles. Each member of the family will be treated equally with Etihad Guest as a simple member. Both types of membership provide three categories of status: silver, gold and platinum. These, however, presuppose certain conditions which must be fulfilled before they are recognized in the respective level. These requirements refer to a minimum number of miles to be collected.
The mile earning information table is below .
|CABIN||FARE TYPE||EARNING RATIO|
|Economy Class||BREAKING DEALS||25%|
|Business Class||BREAKING DEALS||115%|
|The Residence||THE RESIDENCE||400%|
Air Serbia Food & Beverage
Detailed information about airline’s paid and free catering services will be updated on this page soon.
Air Serbia Inflight Entertainment
Especially in long distances, Air Serbia offers in-flight entertainment, so you can enjoy your flight without getting bored.
The airline offers you movies, music, TV shows and more entertainment options that will allow you to travel without getting bored.
Air Serbia Pet Policy
Who wants to leave your best friend at home? On this page you will find the rules of traveling with your pet during your flight with Air Serbia.
Please be sure to check with the airline before you travel, as the rules for transporting pets vary according to the airline.
Air Serbia Lounge
Air Serbia does not have any owned lounges, but if you travel Business Class from Belgrade Nikola Tesla airport, you can use the “Business Club” Lounge, in order to relax before your flight.
Owner: State Owned (%51), Ethiad Airways (%49)
Frequent Flyer Program: Etihad Guest
Company slogan: Nova krila Evrope (The New Wings of Europe)
Number of Aircraft: 20
Average Age of Aircraft: 20.9
Type of Aircraft: Airbus, Boeing, ATR
Detail of Fleet: ATR 72, Airbus A319, Airbus A320, Airbus A330-200, Boeing 737-300
Head Office: 11070 Novi Beograd Nikola Tesla Airport Surcin Belgrade, Serbia
Phone Number: +381 11 311 21 23
Fax Number: +381 11 20 10 671
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