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FAQs - booking Serbia flights

  • Which city should I fly into to access Kopaonik National Park?

    Kopaonik National Park is one of the main attractions in Serbia. The park sits on Mt. Kapaonik, the tallest mountain in Serbia. It is a great place to hike during the summer and a great ski resort during the winter. If you wish to visit this Serbian gem from the US, book your flight to the closest airport, Niš Constantine the Great Airport (INI). The airport is about 78 miles from the ski resort, and you will find various private companies offering shuttle transfers from INI to Kopaonik National Park.

  • What are my best options for flights to Serbia from Southeast U.S.?

    Travelers from Southeast U.S. can find flights to Serbia departing from Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) and Miami International Airport (MIA) to Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, Niš Constantine the Great Airport (INI), and Morava Airport (KVO). Different airlines have one-stop flights on this route, including Turkish Airlines, Swiss Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, and Lufthansa.

  • What are the passport and visa requirements for visiting Serbia?

    Citizens of the US don’t need a visa to visit Serbia for stays shorter than 90 days. However, you will need a valid passport to enter Serbia. Your passport must be valid at the time of entry and remain valid at the time of exit. It should also have at least one blank page for the exit stamp. Once you arrive in Serbia, US citizens must register with the local police within 24 hours.

  • Which airport is closest to Kopaonik National Park?

    Morava Airport is the closest to Kopaonik National Park, approximately 62 miles from the park. Several airlines offer flights to Morava Airport with one or more stops. Alternatively, you can fly to major European hubs like Istanbul (IST), Turkey, where you'll find direct flights to KVO.

  • Which is the best airport to fly to in Serbia?

    The best airport in Serbia is Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG). BEG is the busiest and largest airport in Serbia, serving around 95% of international flights to and from Serbia. The airport is located in Belgrade, around 11 miles west of downtown Belgrade. Being in the capital city, this airport is ideal for anyone exploring Serbia, as you can get numerous domestic connections from BEG courtesy of Air Serbia. Also, Belgrade serves as the country’s transportation hub giving you plenty of transport options to complement your flight.

  • Which airlines offer Business Class flights to Serbia?

    Multiple airlines have Business Class flights to Serbia from different departure airports in the U.S. You can fly Business Class onboard Turkish Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Air France, Swiss Airlines, and Lufthansa through their connecting flights to Serbia. The benefits will depend on the airline, but the common ones include comfortable cabins with extra legroom space, access to specific lounges at the airports, priority boarding, and complimentary meals and drinks onboard.

  • What are the most common layover cities when flying to Serbia?

    There are no nonstop flights to Serbia. Every flight from the US to Serbia includes at least a single layover en route. The layover cities are usually in Europe and Asia and mostly depend on your chosen carrier. Turkish Airlines is one of the main carriers plying this route, and if you fly with them, expect a layover in Istanbul. ITA Airways and British Airways have their stopover in Rome (FCO) and Milan (MXP), respectively. Swiss Air and Lufthansa usually lay over in Zurich and Frankfurt, respectively.

  • Which airport should I fly to if I want to visit Germia Park?

    The best airport to fly to if you plan to visit Germia Park is Pristina International Airport (PRN), approximately 10 miles from the park. From the U.S., you can find a connecting flight to one of the major hubs in Europe, like Istanbul Airport (IST), Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP), or Geneva Airport (GVA), where you'll find direct flights to PRN.

  • Which American carriers fly to Serbia?

    Being one of the most popular Eastern Europe routes, you will have two American carriers plying this route. United Airlines and Delta are the two American carriers that offer flights from the US to Serbia. These flights are available from most of the major airports, including New York (JFK and EWR), Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO), Miami (MIA), and Atlanta (ATL). None of the American carriers offer nonstop flights, with the quickest single-layover flight taking just over 12 hours.

  • How do I get to Serbia from Boston?

    The best departure airport for flights to Serbia from Boston is Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). You'll find connections to BEG and KVO. Multiple airlines offer one-stop flights on this route, including Turkish Airlines, Swiss Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Delta Airlines, and Lufthansa.

  • Which airline offers the most convenient flights to Serbia?

    The Us to Serbia route is traveled by many airlines. However, Swiss Air and United Airlines are two of the best airlines plying this route. First, they offer many flights on this route, with only one stopover. They also offer some of the fastest flights to Serbia, taking just over 10 hours and originating from New York (JFK). Despite the quick flight, their flights usually include meals on board, free on-demand entertainment, and comfortable seats.

  • What transportation options are available from Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport to downtown Belgrade?

    BEG is connected to downtown Belgrade via three different lines: Minibus A1 and PTC Belgrade bus lines 72 and 607. Other options include car rentals at the International Arrivals Area and taxis. 

  • How long is the flight to Serbia?

    An average nonstop flight from the United States to Serbia takes 16h 31m, covering a distance of 5345 miles. The most popular route is Chicago - Belgrade with an average flight time of 9h 40m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to Serbia?

    The cheapest ticket to Serbia from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $250 one-way, and $522 round-trip. The most popular route is Chicago O'Hare Intl to Belgrade Nikola Tesla and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $522.

  • Which airlines fly to Serbia?

    JetBlue & Air Serbia fly the most frequently from the United States to Serbia.

  • What are the most popular destinations in Serbia?

    Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Niš (100% of total searches to Serbia).

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to Serbia

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest Serbia flight deals.
  • Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG) is the main international airport in Serbia. It handles all the flights from the US to Serbia. Niš Constantine the Great Airport (INI) is the second-busiest airport in Serbia and a great alternative to BEG.
  • If you wish to visit other cities or regions in Serbia, you'll find connecting flights to other Serbian airports, including Niš Constantine the Great Airport (INI) in the southern region and Morava Airport (KVO) in central Serbia.
  • Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG) is the hub for Air Serbia, the flag carrier of Serbia. It also serves as a base for the low-cost carrier Wizz Air. BEG is a good airport for traveling across Serbia, as you’ll find many cheap domestic connections courtesy of the two airlines.
  • Travelers from the Midwestern United States can find flights to Serbia from major airports like O'Hare International Airport (ORD), Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW), and John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH). ORD and DTW are the best for one-stop connections to Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG), INI, and KVO.
  • If you are flying from the west coast, you can choose Los Angeles (LAX) and San Francisco (SFO). LAX is the better of the two airports as it offers many flights and airlines flying to Serbia, while SFO only has Lufthansa and Turkish Airways.
  • Parents traveling with infants can access multiple baby care facilities at BEG, including changing tables, nursing rooms, a play area, and a wash basin in Terminals 1 and 2. The airport also features four playrooms in the same Terminals. Gaming consoles are also available free of charge.
  • New York Airport (JFK) is the airport of choice for those jetting to Serbia from the east coast. JFK offers many single-layover flights to Serbia, each taking just over 10 hours unless there is an extended layover.
  • If you are flying from the central part of the US to Serbia, you will have two airport options. Denver International Airport (DEN) and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) offer regular one-stop flights to BEG. However, if you are looking to save some cash, consider flying out of DEN as these flights are much cheaper.
  • If you rent a car at BEG, note that using car seats for infants is mandatory, and kids below 12 are not allowed on the front row. However, most care rental providers at BEG offer car seats for an additional fee.
  • If you will be flying to the southern region of Serbia, the main airport serving the region is Niš Constantine the Great Airport (INI). It is the biggest airport in the region, and it serves as a hub for Air Serbia, with regular flights to Belgrade, Istanbul, Cologne, Hahn, and Ljubljana. It is also a focus city for Ryanair and Wizz Air.
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The flight was again delayed for more then 2 hours with some lousy explanation regarding the reason of the delay. Although the flight was delayed for more than 2 hours, no refreshments were offered (according to EU regulations). Last 4 flights on KLM - always at least 2 hrs late. So be prepared that you cannot plan anything with KLM.

2.0 MediocreDavor, Apr 2024ZAG - AMS
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The flight was again delayed for more then 2 hours with some lousy explanation regarding the reason of the delay. Although the flight was delayed for more than 2 hours, no refreshments were offered (according to EU regulations). Last 4 flights on KLM - always at least 2 hrs late. So be prepared that you cannot plan anything with KLM.

The flight was delayed for 2 hrs. Because they didn’t have a crew to fly. And it is not a first time for klm to do that. Last time they cancelled my filght and rebooked me 3 days later. Not reliable airline

Booked connecting flights with KlM. My serving flight was the furthest part of the airport. On arrival in Zurich. My two cases arrived but only one carry on belong to my son. His three suitcase didn't arrive. After enquiring we discovered they were still in Amsterdam. We landed at 11.12. We eventually left the airport just after one.

Seats are fair enough for medium tall people. Good food all the trip. Fight attendances are warm

I thought KLM was the best airline but the Lima - Amsterdam was 1 hours late, the Brussels - Amsterdam was 2.30 hours late and the Amsterdam - Lima was 30 minutes late

The food was ok. The crew seemed like they were cranky. I had one guy get mad at me for passing in between the storage area to get to the other toilet. I can understand if it's not allowed but reprimanding me like I'm a student saying "This is the last time!" was not appropriate. During my meal time, there was a French family around me. No problems there but when we usually have meals, they are supposed to put their chair in the upright position. These people did not do it and the steward did not tell them to raise their seat in the upright position. However, I was told to do so! So, me and another person next to me had to eat with the monitor almost touching our faces. Furthermore, a lady in front of me was putting her feet up and preventing another elder passenger from putting her seat back. To make it worse, she was continuously hitting her back into her seat, shaking my monitor while I was watching a movie. A crew member did speak to her about it but then she accused me of pushing her seat forward! The crew member gave me a death stare and told me to stop pushing the seat forward. I did not even touch her seat at all, if I did, she would know it. Her boyfriend also stood up and tried to push her seat even further past the maximum decline to no avail. None of these people were reprimanded but the steward, some bald guy, was extremely friendly with them and did not even try to instruct them to do anything until it was time to land. I resisted the urge to really argue with them because I would have obviously been seen as the aggressor (I have no idea why). I hardly said anything on this flight except "more wine please" and "sorry" if I bumped into someone accidentally. Overall, it was an annoying flight and I had to resist the urge to yell at the steward and the people he was overly friendly with. The happiest moment of this flight was leaving it.

Overall a good experience. We were disappointed when we had to check our carry on due to the plane being full. KLM hadn’t notified us and we had valuable items in the carry on but they still made us check it. Some of the food was great and some was mediocre. Crew is really kind and funny.

The flight itself it was great nice food the crew were very nice and helpful, Checking in from Birmingham wasn't great long queues for bag dropped, And I had my hand luggage case taken away from me even though I requested to have it with me as I had breakables items. I was told I can not because of the length of the flight with no explanation at all no options was given for me to take my fragile items out of my case it was taken away with hold buggage I find the staff member who was checking me in very unpleasant !! Can we please be advise if the rules have changed about the the carry on hand luggage it will be easier to be advise on booking your tickect if we not allowed to take the hand luggage with me. Overall I had a good flight .

The plane was clean and the staff was friendly. Food and drinks as expected on international flights. The entertainment system was old style, with a pullout controller, and selections not as extensive as on other flights.

Amazing KLM service and brilliant economy comfort seats. Well worth the extra.

Wonderful experience! The crew was outstanding and amazing from check in to gate to flight crew! Amazing. Thank you!

I arrived 59 minutes before the flight in Tampa due to Massive traffic jam and the flight was closed and I was told that I’d simply have to “book a new ticket on line myself and the gate agents couldn’t help me”. Even though the flight was delayed over 30 minutes, (leaving one hour and 29 minutes before departure, they refused to assist in any way explaining that it’s automatic and there can be no exceptions. Horrible experience due to poor management at gate. I fly this option 2-3 times a year and have a good experience with the cabin crew etc. But, Tampa agents are not trained or allowed customer service. I once was a gate agent for USAir, I know times have changed, but forcing me to purchase a new ticket and complete indifference and inconvenience. No thanks

Crew members were good. Seats were packed and too tight .

Carry on luggage size for economy passengers significantly smaller than other airlines, so nearly all ecomy passengers had their bags taken and checked.

Had a short layover in Zurich, luggage marked expedite and short layover but still didn’t get luggage when arrived in Split until 3 days later even though husband got his.

On time flight, I requested wheelchair in Zurich , when I arrived they were no where to be found, I had one hour between flights I had to walk with great difficulty.

We had issues with upgrading our seats. The flight itself was fine.

Horrible experience. They "GAME" with seats they decided to play where you can`t select or get seat during check-in without paying and then forcing you to stay long line at the Customer Service at the gate to get a boarding ticket with seat assigned is pathetic. Will never fly with United again!

So terrible. They would not rebook me for a flight until 2 days. I had to spend so much money to get my own flight. They were rude and not helpful.

Overall a good experience, the flight was on time, the crew very attentive and friendly. However the seats are too cramped, there is no space, and as soon as the person in front reclines the seat, it's literally in your face.

Terrible seats are very uncomfortable and narrow. Really hard time eating and painful buttons.. crew was very rud not allow anyone to stand not even to go to the toilets

Overnight flight in the old style Business class, but still very good.

I was in business class, without the business class amenities. Large seat with lots of legroom, but no TV or bed. Food was okay, but I did enjoy the Turkish red wine.

Excellent service and comfort from the moment you check in. Flight crew is hyper focused on making passengers comfortable and at ease. It’s like a flying hotel!

Only chicken as a meat dish through out the flight

Nothing really was great as such. Seen other no name airlines perform better.

Quality of service on board was very inconsistent. FA service primarily seemed robotic and they barely engaged with passengers

I’m unclear why I had to pay extra for assigned seats as Turkish airlines did not honor the seating. We were placed across the aisle from each other on TK 34, and were seated behind one another on TK 694. Because my name was misspelled on e-ticket (Klawiter, instead of Klawitter) I could not log onto website to get the connection gate number in Istanbul. The monitors in the airport were a jumbled mess 1/2 Arabic and 1/2 English.

On line check in needs a lot of improvement. I tried and gave up.

Food not good, flight attendants not the best, not accommodating very ruff

Flight was late leaving for no obvious reason. Seat entertainment did not work. Restrooms were FILTHY. Arrived late to catch connection. Little assistance from Discover staff. Luggage did not arrive until the following day. Horrible experience.

Check in was great. Boarding seemed less organized. Flight was good.

Could not check in early online, even after multiple attempts. Got the last row when checked in at airport. Food was bad tasting and no choice at all. Comfort was poor. Overall a very bad experience. I wouldn’t fly again with Lufthansa.

I am not taking Lufthansa next time. Everything is delayed, food quality was so bad. Baggage was the worst.

Food was tasteless, service pretty bad (no water offered after dinner throughout the night); seats were narrow and tight, with very little legroom.

The flight was delayed and I would have missed my connection so I had to be rerouted on a much earlier flight.

The Lufthansa flight was delayed, and I missed the connecting flight. Lufthansa customer service have not been helpful in rebooking the subsequent flight with Air India (another airline that is part of the Star Alliance). Lufthansa told me it's not their responsibility, and Air India says the PNR is part of Lufthansa, so they are not responsible for rebooking. Lufthansa customer service asked me to contact the counter at Delhi airport, but no one was available there. I am caught between these two airlines, and ultimately, Air India decided to reschedule my flight after 18 hours. I am stranded at Delhi airport. I can't go out because if I do, I can't come back in, and I can't get past security to get food. My 3-year-old and our family stranded here for 12 hours without food and water.

I wasn’t able to make my flight due to Kayak’s inability to simply update my name on my trip from Nick to Nicholas. I would like a refund.

The flight left an hour late and no explanation. Food was basically a few snacks out of bags and tiny cup of soda. Crew was pretty friendly.

United delayed the flight to assist customers to make the connection. The Ohara customs area was overwhelm which created an issue for customers trying to make the Little Rock connection. The delayed allow several customers to make the final flight into Little Rock.

Plane was old. Seats were hard and very close together. No in flight entertainment.

This was my connection flight that was moved time ahead for a almost entire day so I lost it and I had to purchase new ticket once I landed in Copenhagen since nobody wanted to take responsibility for moving flight in that way so it’s impossible to make it. Very poor job by Underpricer, Air Serbia and SAS.

I purchased an exit row seat and priority boarding, about 3 months in advance. Without any communication whatsoever, my seat was moved to row 2, when I checked my reservation 2-3 days before departure. As no exit row seats were available anymore, I selected a seat 1C. However, once at the airport, I was issued maybe the worst possible seat, 29E, middle seat, one row before the last. It is not worth my time to request the refund on the ancillary purchase, I am simply done flying with Air Serbia. Also there was no boarding process to speak of at all, or online check in.

Lacking online check in, had to wait an hour in order to check in on the counter even without language.

This flight was better, plane was newer and didn’t have broken parts. Flight crew was very attentive and friendly.

Seats are very small and uncomfortable so such a long flight. My tray table was broken and taped up. Flight attendant untaped it to put my tray on. I taped it back up when done. The armrest between seats was broken and metal exposed. I will not book Air Serbia again.

Our flight was delayed from 1st July to 2nd July. But I wasnt informed! Checked my emails,every detail but I was definitely not informed! I and my family went to the airport on 1st July and learned that rhe flight is delayed to 2nd July at the airport! I am going to complain about this. I had to stay ın Kraljevo one more night. Luckily we could find a room. What ıf We couldn't?

To be honest, it was a fair flight, nothing more, nothing less. Since the route is short, I can accept poor in-flight service. The Belgrade airport is currently undergoing extensive reconstruction, which may result in some minor disruptions, but progress is expected to be made within the foreseeable future.

Omg my flight was delayed from 4pm to 9:45 pm with no explanation- that is ridiculous

Very poor embarkation in Belgrade , employees not friendly, not well organized. The flight was delayed by over 2.5 hours and the employees at the air Serbia desk at Belgrade were unhelpful, disinterested and all appeared more concerned about their snack (all were munching something) than assisting passengers

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