Flights from UAE to Belgrade announced by Air Arabia

The airline is offering flights to a new destination four-times a week from June 28

Flights from UAE to Belgrade announced by Air Arabia

Have a New Year’s resolution to become a bit more familiar with the world? Air Arabia’s new direct flights will help you out, bringing travelers to a popular European spot.

Starting from Friday June 28, the Middle East and North Africa’s first and largest low-cost carrier will have a new route to Serbia’s capital city, Belgrade, direct from Sharjah.

Return flights will take off four times per week – every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Flights will depart from Sharjah International Airport on Tuesdays and Fridays at 9am, arriving at Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG) at 1pm local time.

The return flight will depart from Belgrade at 1.40pm, with passengers expected to arrive back in Sharjah at 9pm.

For those afternoon flyers, Thursday and Saturday flights will leave at 3.45pm, while the return flight will depart from Belgrade at 9.45pm, arriving to Sharjah at about 5am local time.

Tickets to a one-way flight will cost from Dhs918, and you can book a seat right now over at

The city of Belgrade is an increasingly popular and historic tourist destination thanks to its varying architecture, typical of a central European city, and more modern architecture and spacious layout of New Belgrade.

“We are glad to add the capital and largest city in Serbia, Belgrade to our growing tourist hotspots with direct flights from Sharjah”, said Air Arabia chief executive Adel Al Ali.

“The new Sharjah to Belgrade service offers our customers a unique opportunity to discover a colorful and historic city.”

The new route follows Air Arabia’s other recent launch of flights to the Czech’s capital city, Prague, bringing its flight routes to more than 155 destinations across the globe.

Speaking of impressive numbers, Emirates released its 2018 record-breaking numbers on the amount of passengers, routes and planes.

If you're thinking of other spots to go, you'll also be able to fly to Naples and Budapest from Dubai this year.

That’s another resolution to strike off the list.
From Fri Jun 28. For more information, go to

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