Air Serbia » Er Srbija | 9 Putnici ćemoći da uživaju u svim prednostima dobre povezanosti na matičnimaerodromima obeju kompanija The agreement will allow passengers of both airlines to enjoy seamless connectivity in their respective hubs AGR E EMENT TO L AUNCH CODESHAR E F L I GH TS AIR SERBIA AND TURKISH AIRLINES TOGETHER BETWEEN BELGRADE AND İSTANBUL Serbia’s largest airline and flag carrier has reached a mutual agreement with Turkey’s national flag carrier on enhancing their commercial cooperation with a codeshare agreement extending to destinations from the networks of both Turkish Airlines and Air Serbia THROUGH THEIR ENHANCED PARTNERSHIP, TURKISH AIRLINES and Air Serbia have been able to reciprocally place their own flight codes on each other’s flights between Istanbul and Belgrade v.v. since 15th August. Thanks to this enhanced agreement, while passengers departing from Belgrade will have an unmatched opportunity to reach Istanbul, one of the world’s biggest metropolises and aviation hubs, and beyond, the joint flights will also offer fast and convenient connections to customers departing from İstanbul bound for Belgrade and beyond. “We are glad to have developed our cooperation with Turkish Airlines through this codeshare partnership, which will provide passengers of both companies with more choice and flexibility in organising their travels. We are sure that this exciting and strategically very important partnership will improve economic relations between our countries. We are delighted to have the opportunity to host Turkish Airlines’ passengers on our flights to Belgrade, as well as to other Air Serbia destinations,” said Air Serbia General Manager Commercial and Strategy Jiri Marek. Turkish Airlines, which flies to more countries and international destinations than any other airline in the world, currently operates flights to a total of more than 300 passenger and cargo destinations in 127 countries. Air Serbia has been a leader of air travel in the region of Southeast Europe since the establishment of the company’s direct predecessor in 1927. Operating from its three hubs in Serbia, Air Serbia launched flights to 23 new destinations throughout Europe and Africa during 2019.