Krasnodar Airport resumes flights to Belgrade

The first flight of the Serbian National air carrier Air Serbia will land at the Krasnodar airport on June 5. The flights will be operated on the Airbus A319 twice a week. It will arrive to Krasnodar at 3:05 on Saturdays and departure to Belgrade at 3:55. On Mondays, the plane will land in the Kuban capital at 03:15 and departure to the Serbian capital at 04:05. The average journey time is 2 hours and 30 minutes. Direct flights between Belgrade and Krasnodar were first established by Air Serbia in 2019.

Jiri Marek, General Director for Commerce and Strategy of Air Serbia:
- Krasnodar is of extreme interest for airlines, and they are happy to use any opportunity to establish a stable flight connection, since Russia and Serbia have centuries-old friendly relations.

For Kuban residents, a flight to Belgrade will open up prospects for recreation not only in Serbia but also in other border countries of the Balkan region (Greece, Croatia, Montenegro, and Bulgaria).
Additionally, Nikola Tesla Belgrade Airport is one of the largest air transfer hubs in the region, which will allow traveling to countries that are more distant.

It should be reminded that Krasnodar airport suspended international flights in March 2020, due to the closure of Russian state borders due to the Covid-19 pandemic. For a long time, only export flights for the evacuation flights of Russian citizens were operated. In addition, from April 2021, the airport began accepting charter flights.

Belgrade is not the only international destination that will be opened from the airport of the Kuban capital in the near future. During the summer period, it is planned to launch new flights to a number of European countries.

If you need any help,
don’t hesitate to call or write us