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British Airways Resumes London-Belgrade Route After 13-Year Hiatus

British Airways, the UK's leading airline, has reinstated its London-Belgrade flights after a 13-year absence. The service will operate thrice-weekly - on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays, employing Airbus A320 and A321 aircraft.

Emil Delibašev, British Airways’ Regional Commercial Director, told journalists that this move marks a reinforced connection between London and Central Europe after a decade-long hiatus in Serbia.

Rooted in a rich history spanning over half a century, British Airways has connected the UK with Serbia since the 1950s. Initial flights commenced on the Belgrade-Zurich-London route in 1957. A direct Belgrade-London service was then established in 1970, with twice-weekly flights to Heathrow Airport. The airline, headquartered at London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports, ranks as Europe’s second-largest carrier.

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