Review: Air Serbia Business Class, New York to Belgrade

Review: Air Serbia Business Class, New York to Belgrade

Here’s an inside look at Air Serbia’s business-class product on its recently launched nonstop flight between New York and Belgrade.

Review: Air Serbia Business Class A330 Belgrade To New

Air Serbia business class pre-landing snack — arancini with porcini and mozzarella For dessert I had the fruit tart with vanilla sauce, which was a bit less decadent …

Review: Air Serbia Business Class A330 New York To

I reviewed Air Serbia’s Belgrade to New York flight last October on the westbound sector, and had a fantastic experience. Keep in mind that Air Serbia is partly owned by Etihad Airways, so much of the service is aligned to what you’d get on them.

Review: Air Serbia A330 Business Class Belgrade to New York

Air Serbia, flag carrier of Serbia, resumed longhaul service between Belgrade and New York last year after a long hiatus. JAT, the forerunner to Air Serbia, last served JFK in 1996 with a DC-10.

Review: Air Serbia A320 Business Class from London to

Air Serbia has a brand new business class seat on its flights within Europe. This flight review recounts my experience flying from London to Belgrade a couple weeks ago.

Review: Air Serbia A330 Economy Class From Belgrade to JFK

Vor 11 Tagen · For the last two years, Air Serbia operates their A330 from Belgrade to JFK. Here is a review of the Air Serbia A330 in economy class and what you can expect on this flight. The tickets can be cheap but there are some shortcomings that may have you willing to pay a little bit more.

Air Serbia Begins Belgrade-New York Route | Frequent

Air Serbia announced the launch of new service between Belgrade and New York City. The service is the first non-stop route between Serbia and the United States operated by a Serbian carrier in 24 years.

Air Serbia Reviews and Flights (with photos) – TripAdvisor

Oct 05, 2018 · Air Serbia (JU) is the country’s largest airline as well as its flag carrier. Etihad Airways (EY) owns 49 percent of the company and the balance is owned by the Serbian government. Travelers also earn points in Etihad’s frequent flier program.