From July 26, 2023, JetBlue added its “B6” airline code on nonstop flights managed by Air Serbia. These flights originate from major U.S. hubs such as New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport (ORD), with their final destination being Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport (BEG).
Furthermore, JetBlue plans to add its “B6” code to additional flights between Belgrade and other European locations. At the same time, Air Serbia plans to introduce its “JU” airline code to 25 distinct destinations across the expansive JetBlue network.
“We continuously look to expand our partnerships to offer more options to our customers. Air Serbia has been a successful interline partner since 2016, and we see great potential with this new codeshare,” said Robin Hayes, chief executive officer of JetBlue. “We welcome customers from Air Serbia aboard our flights, so they can experience our low fares and great service.”
“We are very pleased with the future collaboration with JetBlue and believe that this significantly enhances the travel possibilities between the United States and destinations within the Air Serbia network, especially those in the broader Balkan region,” said Jiri Marek, chief executive officer of Air Serbia.
JetBlue operates in major cities like Boston, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, Los Angeles, Orlando, and San Juan. It serves over 100 destinations in the US, Latin America, the Caribbean, Canada, UK, and France. Visit jetblue.com
About Air Serbia
Air Serbia provides regular, seasonal, and charter flights to over 70 locations globally, including Europe, the Mediterranean, North America, Asia, and Africa. We also offer international flights in partnership with other airlines to regions like Asia, Australia, North America, and Africa. Our main hub is Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade, but we also operate from Constantine the Great Airport in Niš and International Airport Morava in Kraljevo. Book on airserbia.com