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December 1 (SeeNews) - Flag carrier Air Serbia plans to resume flights to Tel Aviv in Israel on January 1, regional media reported on Friday.
The carrier initially planned to resume flights on the route in December but pushed the date back due to the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict, news portal EX-YU Aviation reported.
Air Serbia suspended flights to Tel Aviv on October 20. The route was previously serviced four times per week.
Belgrade and Tel Aviv are currently connected by Area Israeli Airlines, which operates the route twice weekly.
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