Serbian national airline and Turkish Airlines extend codeshare partnership.
Air Serbia And Turkish Airlinesthe national airlines of Serbia and Turkey, have further expanded their codeshare cooperation with Air Serbia by adding its marketing code to flights to
Turkish Airlines network destinations in Canada. The Serbian national airline has added its “JU” code to Turkish Airlines flights between Istanbul and the Canadian cities of Toronto,
Montreal and Vancouver, which is the first time that Air Serbia’s marketing code will appear in the Canadian market. Rates are already available for purchase on the airserbia.com website for
travel from today September 19.
“We continue to develop our long-standing partnership with Turkish Airlines. With this new expansion of the codeshare agreement, passengers will have the opportunity to travel via Istanbul to three major Canadian cities. Service to Canada is of great importance to the large diaspora of countries in the Balkan region, as well as to anyone wishing to visit Canada for business or tourism.” said Ivana Miklja MucalovHead of International Affairs & Alliances, Air Serbia.
With the addition of new cities in Canada, the expanded codeshare network now includes 21 Turkish Airlines destinations to which Air Serbia has added its marketing code. Flights are available from Istanbul, Turkey’s largest city, connected to Belgrade by multiple daily services operated by Serbian and Turkish carriers throughout the year.
Air Serbia and Turkish Airlines have strengthened their mutual codeshare partnership on several occasions so far. In April this year, the Serbian national airline added its “JU” code to the Turkish Airlines service between Istanbul and São Paulo, making it the first appearance of Air Serbia’s marketing code in the South American market. It was also added to Turkish Airlines service from Istanbul to Almaty and Abu Dhabi. Turkey’s national airline has placed its “TK” code on Air Serbia flights to Ohrid, North Macedonia.
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