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Nikola Tesla flies to New York three times a week - on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays - with the number of flights set to increase gradually Nikola Tesla tri puta nedeljno leti do Njujorka – ponedeljkom, četvrtkom i subotom, a broj letova će se postupno povećavati Air Serbia » Er Srbija | 65 Ponovo letimozaRimiMilano Er Srbija jeobnovilaavio-saobraćaj kadestinacijamau Italiji, a letovi između srpske i italijanskeprestoniceobavljaju sedvaputanedeljno, ponedeljkomi petkom. Ponovo jeuspostavljena i redovna linija kaMilanu sa takođedva letanedeljno, ponedeljkomi petkom. Planirano jeda seod 13. junauspostavi i treći nedeljni let kaobedestinacijeu Italiji, koji bi seobavljaonedeljom. Er Srbija naovaj način postaje jedina kompanija kojadirektnopovezujeSrbiju i Italiju tokomletnje sezone. Nacionalnaavio-kompanijaomogućavadobru mrežnupovezanost izRima, prekoBeograda, do Atine, Bukurešta, Dubrovnika, Istanbula, Njujorka, Podgorice, Sarajeva, Skoplja, Sofije, Soluna, Splita, Tivta i Tirane. Putnicima suna raspolaganju i dobre konekcijedoRima, prekoBeograda, izAtine, Bukurešta, Dubrovnika, Istanbula, Londona, Podgorice, Sarajeva, Skoplja, Sofije, Soluna, Tirane i Splita. WE’RE FLYINGTOROMEANDMILANAGAIN Air Serbiahas begun renewing its flights todestinations in Italy, with flights between theSerbianand Italiancapitals nowoperating twiceaweek, onMondays and Fridays. TheSerbiannational airlinehas re-established its regular flights toMilan, with two flights aweek, onMondays and Fridays. Air Serbiaplans toestablisha thirdweekly flight to bothdestinations as of 13th June, tobeoperatedon Sundays,making it theonly airline toconnect Serbia and Italydirectlyduring the summer season. Thenational airlineprovides seamless network connectivity fromRome, viaBelgrade, toAthens, Bucharest, Dubrovnik, Istanbul, NewYork, Podgorica, Sarajevo, Skopje, Sofia, Thessaloniki, Split, Tivat and Tirana. Passengers alsohavegreat connections toRome, viaBelgrade, fromAthens, Bucharest, Dubrovnik, Istanbul, London, Podgorica, Sarajevo, Skopje, Sofia, Thessaloniki, Tirana andSplit. FIVE YEARS OF CONNECTION BETWEENBELGRADEANDNEWYORK Half a decade has already passed since that 23rd June 2016, when an Airbus A330 took to the skies over Belgrade only to land, nine hours later, at John Fitzgerald Kennedy Airport HAP PY ANN I VE RSARY AFTERAGAPOF ALMOST A quarter of a century, the direct Belgrade-NewYork route was officially opened on that fateful 23rd June 2016, and Air Serbia has since gone on to become and remain the only airline in Southeast Europe to offer transatlantic flights to the U.S., carrying thousands of satisfied passengers for whomneither relatives nor friends are any longer far away. Introducing a new route is always an exciting event for an airline, and the excitement was even greater five years ago, because the flight in question was to NewYork. But this year’s birthday of this route was also very exciting. And that was specifically because Air Serbia sent its newest plane to NewYork, which has a tail adornedwith the likeness of one of themost important scientists of all time, Serbian genius Nikola Tesla. This jet has a visual identity that differs from the rest of the fleet of the Serbian national airline, while the fact that its load capacity is at more than 90 per cent is another indicator of how important NewYork, the city dubbed by some as the capital of the world, is to the entire region. Manufactured in 2008, Tesla is a year younger than its Air Serbia fleet predecessor of the same type, has Rolls-Royce engines, and 21 seats in business class and 236 seats in economy class. Passengers who’ve enjoyed the best cuisine on this flight during all previous years can now enjoy amenu inspired by the great scientist or, more precisely, by his diet. It is based on three key words that can be used to describe Tesla’s work and patents: energy, frequency, vibration. Air Serbia has also brought back hot meals, which have been carefully conceived to satisfy the standards of even the pickiest gastronomes. Everything on the plane, including the food, is done “Tesla’s way”. The fact that this great genius fromour region spent most of his life in NewYork provides additional significance to the symbolism of his seal on the plane that connects Belgrade and the famousmetropolis. Air Serbia has transported over 320,000 passengers along its New York route over the past five years, and there’s no doubt it will transport manymore. Safety is in first place, but then also comes comfort, interesting content, tasty food, friendly cabin crew, the best pilots… All great reasons tomake an unforgettable journey across the Atlantic...

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