Air Serbia began operating flights from Kazan to one of the most ancient cities in Europe Belgrade
On September 19, the new partner of Kazan International Airport Air Serbia began operating flights on the Belgrade-Kazan-Belgrade route.
The first flight was opened in a solemn atmosphere with the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The event was attended by Deputy Minister of Transport and Roads of the Republic of Tatarstan Airat Sadykov, Director General of Kazan International Airport Sergey Romantsov and other high-ranking officials.
According to aviation tradition, the aircraft was welcomed with a traditional water salute at the apron. Photo correspondents took pictures of this welcome ceremony on the ramp of Kazan airport on September 19.
Flights to the capital of Serbia will be operated 2 times a week on Mondays and Thursdays on Airbus A319 aircraft with a capacity of 142 passengers according to the following schedule:
·Departure from Belgrade at 18:00, arrival in Kazan at 23:00.
·Departure from Kazan at 23:55, arrival in Belgrade at 03:05 the next day
The local time is given for each airport. The time in Serbia is 1 "behind" Moscow. The duration of the flight is 4 hours. There can be changes in the schedule.
The program is planned for the rest of the summer navigation period.
Tickets are available on the official website of the airport https://kazan.aero using the "Buy a ticket" service, and in the mobile application of Kazan airport.
Belgrade is one of the most ancient cities in Europe. The city was founded by the Celtic tribe of Scordisci in the 3rd century BC. In 878, it was first mentioned as Belgrade. In 1403 it became the Serbian capital.
Serbia is located at the junction of two geographical and cultural regions of Europe. They are Central Europe (Middle Danube Plain) and South-Eastern Europe (Balkan Peninsula). Serbia attracts tourists with its cultural and historical monuments, spa resorts, favorable conditions for hunting and fishing.
Russians do not need a visa to visit Serbia, if the trip lasts no more than 30 days. Having a valid passport is enough to enter the country.
Photo by: Almaz Mustafin