Air Serbia adds new Belgrade-Mostar flights

Air Serbia, in partnership with Mostar Airport, will operate scheduled passenger flights between Belgrade and Mostar from April to October 2024.

As well as strengthening its regional presence and connectivity, Air Serbia’s new route addition follows its successful bid in response to Mostar Airport’s call for new scheduled services in 2024.

“At the end of 2023, Air Serbia responded to the Public Call for the establishment of scheduled flights for 2024, announced by Mostar Airport, in connection with the introduction of a direct service between Belgrade and Mostar.”

“In the first days of January, the decision was made to accept our offer. Once technical details and contract signing are finalized, fares will be published presumably in the coming weeks,” said Boško Rupić, General Manager Commercial and Strategy at Air Serbia.

Operations with Embraer E175


Operating three times weekly on Mondays, Fridays, and Sundays, these convenient flights will utilize Embraer E175 aircraft, offering comfortable and efficient travel.

Fares will be published shortly following finalization of technical details and contract signing.

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“This new route underscores Air Serbia’s dedication to enhancing economic and cultural ties within the region,” remarked Boško Rupić.

“Beyond connecting Belgrade and Mostar, it opens up excellent onward connections from Mostar, via Belgrade, to numerous destinations in Western and Northern Europe and the United States.”

As a popular tourist destination renowned for its UNESCO-listed Old Bridge and charming Old City, Mostar is a welcome addition to Air Serbia’s network.

With this launch, the airline expands its reach to 17 destinations across the former Yugoslavia, solidifying its position as a leading regional carrier.

The carrier now hopes to foster stronger business, cultural, and leisure travel within the Mostar region.

About Air Serbia


Air Serbia is the national airline of Serbia, headquartered in Belgrade. It was founded in 2013, taking over the operations of the former Jat Airways.

The flag carrier operates scheduled passenger services to over 60 destinations in Europe, Asia, and North America, with its main hub at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport.

Air Serbia is a member of Etihad Airways Partners, which allows passengers to earn and redeem miles on flights across both airlines’ networks.

The airline has also codeshare agreements with several other airlines, including Air France, KLM, Lufthansa, and Turkish Airlines.

In 2019, the carrier was serving over 1.7 million passengers, and has been praised for its modern fleet, friendly service, and competitive fares.

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