Air Serbia suspends flights due to new bans
Air Serbia has announced that due to the coronavirus pandemic and the reintroduction of travel bans and restrictions, it has been forced to make new changes to the destinations it serves. This means that the renewal of flights to certain destinations will be postponed for several weeks, while traffic to others will be reduced. For example, flights to Rome, Milan and Bucharest are to begin August 16th, instead of August 1st, while flights to Brussels may resume beginning August 27.
The airline also hopes to be able to offer connections to Venice, Moscow, and Tel Aviv by September 1. The renewal of service to Madrid, Nice and Kyiv was planned in the coming weeks but are now on hold until next summer.