Belgrade-based Air Serbia has taken delivery of its first widebody aircraft, an Airbus A330, which will be used to launch long-haul services between Belgrade and New York. The Serbian carrier, which is 49%-owned by Etihad Airways, will launch the 5X-weekly transatlantic route on June 23. It has been 24 years since Serbia had a direct US link. “This is a massive milestone for Air Serbia and for our nation. Our first widebody aircraft … the A330 is a sound investment choice that ...

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