The airline carrier Nordwind Airlines (N4) has launched a series of charter flights from Moscow to Belgrade. The first flight took place on Sunday, January 24, 2021. The service, which the company claims is a charter line, will be available once a week until March 21, 2021.
The flights are operated by a Boeing 737-800NG with 168 to 189 passenger seats, depending on the configuration of the passenger cabin. Departures from the Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO) in Moscow is at 9.30 AM local time. The flight tagged N4 1855 takes three hours, and the landing at the Belgrade Airport (BEG) is scheduled for 10.35 AM Central European Time. The return flight, tagged N4 1856, is scheduled for 11.35 AM CET, and the arrival to Moscow is scheduled for 4.35 PM local time.
The tickets are available at the company’s website, so the line operates as a regular line.
Serbian citizens may visit Russia with a negative PCR test no older than 72 hours relative to the time of the departure.
Moscow and Belgrade are connected by numerous air services, and this route has proven to be one of the most popular ones at the Belgrade Airport lately. The Russian national airline company Aeroflot has lines on this route, as does Air Serbia, whereas the airline carrier Redwings has discontinued its flights between Moscow and Belgrade due to the coronavirus pandemic, with the possibility of relaunching them on March 1, 2021.
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