Air Serbia increased its fleet of aircraft with an Airbus A320 leased from Etihad Airway, the exyuaviation portal said on Monday, adding that the plane will be used only on the Belgrade-London line.
The aircraft is an upgraded version of the A320 with a capacity of 136 passengers instead of the A320 aircraft that Air Serbia already has which can take up to 174 passengers.
The latest edition to the Air Serbia fleet is 15 years old and was based at the Abu Dhabi airport. It was flown by the Martin Air company before Etihad took it over.
The exyuaviation portal said that the Serbian national carrier will lease a Bombardier CRJ900 from the Estonian company Nordica and a ninth Airbus A319.