After 27 years, direct flights between Belgrade and Tehran have resumed this weekend, with the landing in Belgrade of a flight Saturday, March 10. The line was interrupted with the break-up of Yugoslavia. The tickets are already all sold for several months to come.
The inaugural Iran Air flight from the Tehran-Belgrade line landed on Saturday at the Nikola Tesla airport. On board, many Iranian tourists come to enjoy the Serbian capital and especially because they no longer need a visa since January, to visit the country.
The new airline is an unexpected success, since all tickets are already sold until the end of the summer. To take a share of the market, another Iranian company, Queshm Air, will start operating the line by the end of the month.