24. December 2019
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has certified Air Serbia for Level 2 of NDC certification (New Distribution Capability), ranking it among the world's leading airlines that have adapted its distribution system to modern communication methods.
04. December 2019
Air Serbia will today begin selling tickets for flights between Kraljevo and Vienna via agencies and Air Serbia Contact Centre. The first flight from the Morava Airport to the Austrian capital will be on 17 December.
01. November 2019
“Have it your way” campaign, developed by Communis DDB for Air Serbia, has won an award at the Integrated Communication Festival – Kaktus 2019, in the category of Profit Integrated Campaign. In addition to this category, the national airline’s marketing campaign was in the running for another three awards – Content marketing, Other Markets and Influencer Marketing Campaign.
27. October 2019
From today (Sunday, 27 October) Air Serbia switches to the winter flight schedule, which will last until 28 March 2020. During the peak of the season in December and January, the national airline will operate 596 flights a week, which is an increase of 90 flights, or almost 18 percent over to the same period last year. In the less frequent part of the season, it will operate 532 weekly flights, which is an increase of 102 flights or 24 percent more than in the same period last winter.
07. August 2019
Friday, 9th August 2019
13.00-18.00 Cultural and artistic program (Folk Ensembles, Group of singers – ethno music and young musicians) – Small stage - Park “Vrelo”
15.00 Event Retrospective“Days of banica” (Reunion and competition of previous winners). Making “the best of” banica by previous winners – Park “Vrelo”
17.30“ Children Olympiad” (competition for children in making banica)
17.30 Organizations representatives arrival and arranging a pavilions – Park “Vrelo”
18.30 Workshop for youngsters “How to make Banica” – Park “Vrelo”
19.30 Presentation of foreign kitchens (Slovenia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania)and local specialties made by local NGO’s
20.30 Opening ceremony „14th Days of banica 2019“ and10th Fair of Old and artistic handcrafts – Summer stage “Vrelo”
22.00 Music concert “Sanja Ilic & Balkanika” – small stage park Vrelo
05. August 2019
During the month of August, owing to the great interest of travelers, Air Serbia will increase the flight frequency for flights between Belgrade and Tivat. The national carrier of the Republic of Serbia will serve the Montenegrin seaside from the Serbian capital up to 26 times weekly. In this manner, travelers will have almost two thousand additional seats available to them on Air Serbia's Airbus and ATR aircraft serving this route. It should be reiterated that the Serbian national carrier introduced direct non-stop flights between Niš and Tivat on 16 July.
24. July 2019
The 6th LMGI Awards nominees are officially out and Serbia has been officially nominated in the category outstanding locations in a commercial thanks to the amazing work for Penny retail chain in the campaign “Organic Food For All”.
15. July 2019
31. May 2019
In June, Air Serbia will be introducing direct flights to no less than nine new cities, which is the biggest number of new destinations since 2013, when the company started operating under its current name. With the introduction of regular year-round flights to Kiev, Madrid, Barcelona, Rijeka, Krasnodar, Helsinki and Cairo, as well as seasonal routes to Nice and Zadar, the national airline is increasing the number of its destinations by almost 20%.
28. May 2019
Conceived in close collaboration with the artist herself, the exhibition The Cleaner is the first major European retrospective of Marina Abramović. The exhibition made its debut in 2017 at the Moderna Museet (Stockholm, Sweden), and has subsequently travelled to the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (Humlebæk, Denmark), Henie Onstad Kunstsenter (Oslo, Norway), Bundeskunsthalle (Bonn, Germany), Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi (Florence, Italy) and the Centre of Contemporary Art “Znaki Czasu” (Toruń, Poland). The Belgrade exhibition is the last stop on this tour, and it holds unique significance as it represents theartist’s return to her place of birth, where her career began, and where she last had a solo exhibition in 1975, at the Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art.