Air Serbia » Er Srbija | 9 Er Srbija je počela sa obaveštavanjemputnika o promeni terminala putem svih kanala komunikacije – SMSova, veb-sajta i zvaničnih profila na društvenimmrežama / Air Serbia has started informing passengers about the change of terminals through all of its communication channels - SMS messages, the Air Serbia website and its official social media accounts I N NEW YOR K AS OF 3RD J UNE TERMINAL 1 AT NEWYORK‘S JFKAIRPORT ISUSED EXCLUSIVELY FOR INTERNATIONAL ARRIVALS and departures, so Air Serbia will be sharing the new terminal with the world‘s biggest airlines. Following completion of the planned reconstruction, which also represents the greatest capital project in the history of this NewYork airport, Terminal 1 will become JFK Airport‘smost spacious andmodern terminal. With 23 newgates, the upgraded terminal will be four times larger than at present andwill encompass the area of current terminals 1 and 2 and the former Terminal 3, as well as offering numerous advantages to passengers. “We are proud to join the home of all main international airlines. Our passengers will be able to enjoymore space and smaller crowds, and in the near future, once the reconstruction is finished, Terminal 1 will be themost luxurious one in the whole of New York and the surrounding area,” saidGeorge Petković, Air Serbia Vice President for the Americas. Serbia‘s airline currently operates twoweekly flights to NewYork, on Thursdays and Saturdays, while it plans to increase this frequency once the pandemic situation stabilises. Even under the unfavourable circumstances confronting the global aviation industry, Air Serbia still reported good results during last year. Andwith a passenger load factor of 67%on Terminal 4 at this NewYork airport with the highest traffic, it found itself ranked first in terms of this factor on flights to the Big Apple in September 2020. Direct flights between Serbia and the United States were re-establishedwith an historic flight to New York on 23rd June 2016, following a break of almost a quarter of a century. Belgrade-NewYork flights are performed using the biggest aircraft in the Air Serbia fleet: the Airbus A330, which was renamed in honour of legendary Serbian scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla. Starting from 3rd June, Air Serbia will be using Terminal 1 at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport for its arrivals and departures, as opposed to Terminal 4, where the Serbian national airline's aircraft currently land AIR SERBIA TO LAND AT JFK AIRPORT'S TERMINAL 1 me scan