Summer: Lufthansa to Fly to Three New Destinations in Serbia
Lufthansa will introduce three new routes to the former Yugoslavia this coming summer season and boost frequencies on the Serbian market.
The German carrier will launch new seasonal flights from both Munich and Frankfurt to Tivat, as well as from Munich to Rijeka. The development will mark Lufthansa's entry onto the Montenegrin market and its sixth destination in Croatia.
Flights to Tivat will launch on April 13 and 14, once per week, with a 136-seat Airbus A319, with the one weekly Rijeka service to commence May 25 with a 99-seat Bombardier CRJ900 jet.
The carrier will compete directly against Montenegro Airlines on the Munich - Tivat route, and complement its codeshare partner Croatia Airlines on the Rijeka service.
Lufthansa will also launch an extra seven weekly flights to Belgrade this summer season with an additional daily service between Munich and the Serbian capital, totalling three daily flights.
The new rotation will operate in the evening, departing Munich at 21.05 and arriving at 22.35, while the return service is scheduled to leave Belgrade at 06.30 and touch down in the Bavarian capital at 08.00. Lufthansa faces no competition on the route.