Beginning today, Air Serbia and Alitalia strengthen their codeshare agreement in order to offer to their guests a broader number of destinations served from Serbia and Italy.
A codeshare agreement between the two airlines is already in place on Air Serbia and Alitalia direct flights between Belgrade, Rome and Milan. Such agreement has been extended to further connections operated by the Serbian airline in the Balkans, in the Eastern and Northern Europe, as well as to several domestic and international flights operated by Alitalia.
Under the enhanced codeshare agreement, Alitalia expands its flight offer by placing its “AZ” code on Air Serbia operated flights from Belgrade to 12 international destinations: Tivat and Podgorica (Montenegro), Banjaluka and Sarajevo (Bosnia Herzegovina), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Stockholm (Sweden), Bucharest (Romania), Zagreb (Croatia), Sofia (Bulgaria), Skopje (Macedonia), Prague (Czech Republic) and, starting October 25, Warsaw (Poland).
Similarly, Air Serbia places its “JU” code on Alitalia flights from Rome to 21 destinations, 17 domestic (Ancona, Bologna, Bari, Brindisi, Catania, Florence, Genoa, Lamezia Terme, Milan Malpensa, Naples, Palermo, Pisa, Reggio Calabria, Turin, Trieste, Venice and Verona) and 4 international (Barcelona, Madrid, Cairo and Casablanca).
The new codeshare flights are available for sale through the airlines reservation systems, as well as in travel agencies.
Besides the new codeshare services and more convenient flight connections, Air Serbia and Alitalia guests have the opportunity to earn and redeem miles on the entire network operated by both airlines.
Thanks to the codeshare agreement, guests can fly to the desired destination with a unique ticket, checking-in once at the departure airport for the entire journey, and collecting the checked baggage at the end of their trip in the arrival airport.
Belgrade, Rome – Tuesday, 15. September 2015