Qatar Airways has signed a comprehensive codesharing agreement with Air Serbia. The agreement means that passengers will have access to over 40 destinations when travelling on each carriers respective networks.
Effective on February 1st both airlines have high hopes for the announcement and what it brings for locals, tourists and all market types targeted.
This partnership will allow us to expand our footprint in the Central and Eastern European markets. where we are looking forward to offering additional travel choices for our customers. We are extremely proud to unveil this partnership with Air Serbia. the leading airline in this region since it was founded in 1927 and we look forward to working effortlessly together.Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker
Qatar Airways currently operates five weekly flights between Doha and Belgrade which is the capital of Serbia. For onwards travel, it will mean that customers will get access to further destinations in Europe, the Mediterranean, etc. For those flying Air Serbia they’ll get access to Qatar’s fantastic network. From Africa, Asia and Australia.
Per Cirium data, Air Serbia has 22 aircraft in service with 5 in storage, representing 19% of their available aircraft. The aircraft they have the most of in their operations is the A319 with 11, followed by the ATR 72 where they have 10. For wide-body aircraft, the airline only has 3 A330s currently operational.
The pair had an interline agreement that was long standing. Today’s announcement is another step in their mutual commitment to improve customer experience.