Air Serbia » Er Srbija | 9 WITH CHARTER FLIGHTS INCLUDED, THE TOTAL number of passengers carried exceeds 100,000, while at the same time the passenger load factor was 62% in May. Keeping a close eye on travel restrictions and adjusting its network accordingly, the Serbian national airline operated regular flights to 30 destinations in May, with the most popular destinations among Air Serbia passengers that month being Tivat, Podgorica, Paris, Moscow, New York, Zurich, Istanbul, Athens, Amsterdam and Berlin. “Given the obvious change in demand, we can say that the situation is developing positively. We are optimistic regarding the recovery of air traffic in the coming months, with a dose of caution, of course, as there are still numerous uncertainties. Thanks to our flexibility and quick reactions to changes on the market, we have managed to achieve results that exceed the industry average, even under the current circumstances. We are focused on the possibilities and are trying to seize every opportunity that presents itself,” says Jiri Marek, Air Serbia General Manager, Commercial and Strategy. The national airline’s Premium Lounge also saw a record number of visits this May. A total of 2,329 passengers used the services of the Air Serbia Premium Lounge during the month, setting a new record for the month of May, even when counting the pre-pandemic period. The Premium Lounge was visited by an average of 75 passengers per day, with 28th May setting a new attendance record with 139 guests. The Air Serbia Premium Lounge was closed last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, while in May 2019 it welcomed 1,915 guests and in May 2018 it served 2,052 passengers. Umaju je zabeležen i rekordan broj poseta Premijum salonu srpskog nacionalnog avio-prevoznika The national airline’s Premium Lounge also saw a record number of visits this May