Malév Hungarian Airlines is to resume services to Serbia after an “enforced break” of nearly two decades.
The airline suspended all flights to Serbian capital Belgrade in 1992, on the outbreak of the Yugoslav wars. Until then, it had had been one of the airline’s most popular routes. It will start flying again between the city and its Budapest hub from 14 December with an initial daily Bombardier Q400.
It joins oneworld partner British Airways in serving Belgrade.