There are no non-stops to Tivat Montenegro from Prague, so on a recent trip, I had made my way to Belgrade on an Air Serbia ATR-72-500. On my previous flight, I was impressed with what the airline had to offer in economy on a turboprop and I was very much looking forward to see what Air Serbia had in their premium cabin on an Airbus A319.
I had arranged to learn more about the airline for my review, and when I landed at the Nikola Telsa Airport (TIV), I was greetedÂ by IvanaÂ with theÂ airline. I was quickly escorted to the airline’sÂ Business Club to wait for my next leg.
The lounge was comfortable and nicely decorated, but I felt that the food was a little uninspiring. It didn’t surprise me too much, that the lounge was not actually owned or operated by Air Serbia.
I imagine that the lounge will be improved as Belgrade builds its status as a regional hub.