Air Serbia (JU)

Airline Overview

Air Serbia is the national carrier of the Republic of Serbia with its major operating hub at Belgrade's Nikola Tesla Airport. The airline began operations in 2013 as a result of the evolution of Aeroput (founded in 1927), Yugoslav Airlines (founded in 1947), and Jat Airways (founded in 2003). Today Air Serbia operates with a fleet of Airbus aircraft including the A330, A320, and A319. It also utilizes ATR 72 aircraft on its short-haul routes. The airline's destinations include cities within Europe, the Middle East, the Mediterranean, and the U.S. Air Serbia has codeshare agreements with 16 other carriers which have destinations to Asia, Australia, and the USA.

Aircraft Summary

KEYWidebody Jets

Airbus A330-200 (332)
Seats:18 Business236 Economy

KEYNarrowbody Jets

Airbus A319 (319)
Seats:8 Business132 Economy
Airbus A320 (320)
Seats:8 Business162 Economy
Boeing 737-300 (733)
Seats:144 Economy


ATR 72-200 (ATR)
Seats:66 Economy
ATR 72-500 (AT7)
Seats:70 Economy