Air Serbia »Er Srbija | 45 Do Rima će Er Srbija leteti svakog dana u sedmici počev od 7. juna ove godine Air Serbia will fly to Rome daily, starting from 7th June 2022 Foto:Depositphotos/LucianoMortula With the start of next year’s summer season, Air Serbia plans to increase the number of weekly flights on the Belgrade-Rome route. The Serbian national airline currently flies three times a week from the capital of Serbia to the capital of Italy, and with this gradual increase in frequencies it plans to fly to Rome daily, starting from 7th June 2022. The decision to increase the frequency on this route was made in response to the interest of passengers, but also in light of the future cooperation with new Italian national airline ITA Airways. Postepeno povećanje broja letova na liniji ka Rimu Gradual increase of frequencies on Rome route Sa prelaskom na letnji red letenjanaredne godine Er Srbijaplanira povećanje broja nedeljnih letova na liniji Beograd–Rim. Srpska nacionalna avio-kompanija trenutno leti tri puta nedeljno iz prestonice Srbije ka glavnom gradu Italije, a uz postepeno povećanje tog broja planirano je da se do Rima leti svakog dana u re successful than the previous one, and let’s hope this trend continues in the future as well. Our goal is to fully recover and get back to the 2019 level, andwe are on the right track in this regard. Still, we are aware that the situation with the coronavirus pandemic is gettingworse, andwe are cautiously planning for the upcoming period, relying primarily on our sedmici počev od 7. juna 2022. godine. Odluka o povećanju broja letova na ovoj ruti doneta je zbog interesovanja putnika i buduće saradnje sa novom italijanskom nacionalnom avio-kompanijom ITA ervejz. flexibility and ability to quickly adapt to circumstances on themarket”, said Jiri Marek, General Manager, Commercial and Strategy, at Air Serbia. Serbia’s national airline carried 2.8million passengers in the record-setting 2019. During that year, the company introduced asmany as 23 new routes and launched operations at another two airports in Serbia, after which its expansion was halted by the global pandemic. Air Serbia’s passenger numbers currently stand at 57% of the numbers from 2019. In the first three quarters of the last year, Serbia’s flag carrier had a 51%market share at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, up six percentage points compared to the same period of 2019.