Iran, Serbia Resume Direct Flights after 27-Year Hiatus

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – After a gap of 27 years, direct flights between Iran and Serbia resumed Saturday, when an IranAir jet touched down at Belgrade's Nikola Tesla airport, Serbian media reported.

Iran, Serbia Resume Direct Flights after 27-Year Hiatus

IranAir is offering a direct service between Tehran and Belgrade twice weekly, with all flights fully booked until the end of the summer, the reports said, according to AFP.

A second Iranian carrier, Qeshm Air, is also planning to launch a service between the two capitals starting from March 19.

In August 2017, Iran and Serbia agreed to liberalize visas for travel between the two countries.

 

 

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