The Dutch KLM said on Thursday that it would resume flights to Belgrade following a break of 30 years, ending codeshare agreements with its low cost subsidiary Transavia and Air Serbia.
The Ex-Yu Aviation portal said that Transavia flew from Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport six times a week. KLM will have three flights a week between the Serbian capital and Amsterdam and will raise that number of one flight a day as of June 14. The portal said that KLM will stop selling tickets on Air Serbia’s flights.
KLM’s first flight between Amsterdam and Belgrade was on October 1, 1931.