LONDON – In June, Air Serbia (JU) will increase its flights to Paris, Oslo, and Larnaca. The carrier will operate as many as 11 flights a week to Paris, nearly restoring the flight frequency to pre-pandemic levels.

In the future, it looks like the airline will continue to be the only airline connecting Serbia and the wider area of France and vice versa.

Air Serbia YU-APB Airbus A319-132. Photo: Milan Witham/Airways

Flight Details


The airline will raise the number of flights on this route to 11 a week with the addition of one more flight to Paris. Flights to the French capital will be available every day, with two daily flights available on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays.

In addition, the airline will operate three flights a week to Oslo’s main Gardermoen Airport (OSL), which is just 49 kilometers from the Norwegian capital, beginning on June 20. JU will increase also the number of flights to Larnaca from four to five a week beginning on June 7th, by adding a new flight on Mondays.

Air Serbia Airbus A319 taxiing to take off at Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP). Photo: Francesco Cecchetti/Airways

Statement from Air Serbia


Jiri Marek, General Manager, Commercial and Strategy of JU, said, “Because the peak of the season is approaching, and demand for flights is increasing along with it, we have agreed to add an additional flight to Paris to provide even better connections for our passengers. With good economic and business relations and a huge diaspora from Serbia and other countries in the region, France is a strategically important market for us.”

Marek added that they are pleased that they were able to quickly restore traffic between Serbia and France and that they are proud of the fact that they have long been the only airline operating on this route.


Featured image: Air Serbia Airbus A319 YU-APK. Photo: Roberto Leiro/Airways