Air Serbia is a Serbian airline headquartered in Belgrade. The company was founded in 1927. It used to be called Yugoslav Airlines. The airline received its current name in 2013. A distinctive feature of the company is a small number of aircrafts – only 21. Most of them (11) are Airbus A319.
The airline operates flights to many cities around the world. For example, Istanbul, Tel Aviv, Larnaca, Tunisia, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Vienna, Hannover, Brussels, Berlin, Athens. During the existence of the airline, a large number of flights were canceled. For example, to Algiers, Tirana, Birmingham, Beirut, Auckland.
Arrivals terminal at JFK
Air Serbia planes arrive at terminal 1. However, the terminal may change depending on the flight. For exact information, visit the official website of the airport or airline.
Air Serbia aircraft depart from the terminal 1 too. As in the previous case, the terminal may change, so we recommend that you check for up-to-date information before your trip.
The standard check-in procedure is carried out at the terminal from which your aircraft departs. If conditions are changed, this will be indicated on your ticket. For help, you can contact the airport staff at any time.