|Best Price Found||$524||The best flight deal from New York to Belgrade found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $524|
|Fastest flight time||8h 50m||The fastest flight from New York to Belgrade takes 8h 50m|
|Direct flights||None||There are no direct flights from New York to Belgrade. Popular non-direct routes for this connection are New York LaGuardia - Belgrade Nikola Tesla, New York John F Kennedy Intl - Belgrade Nikola Tesla and Newark - Belgrade Nikola Tesla.|
|Airports in Belgrade||2 airports||There are 2 airports near Belgrade: Belgrade Batajnica (BJY), Belgrade Nikola Tesla (BEG)|
Pros: Crew was acceptable but sits terrible
Cons: Not a comfy flight
Cons: The extra customs in Belgrade when the flights are already late is random and ridiculous. The staff makes some people take off shoes but not others, they opened my cartoon accusing me of having a liquid when I had an empty glass container that he’d already been checked at two other checkpoints.
Pros: Entertainment system during the long flight from Warsaw to Tokyo.
Cons: Take off from Tel Aviv was 4-5 hours late. This caused us to miss a planned half day trip to Warsaw.
Cons: Wouldn't let us on the flight when there was plenty of time to get there. Manager was arrogant and slow - didn't care. Poor policies at that airport.
Pros: Yes, Very good
Pros: Customer service by the crew
Cons: Lufthansa still charges full price like usual, but on a 8+ hour flight to serve a cat size meal of pasta soaked in some pesto sauce is unacceptable! Thank god I had lunch at Frankfurt before departure! Covid-19 should not be an excuse for lack of services! I work for a company which falls into the Essential business category and despite the pandemic we NEVER EVER compromised with the top quality of our product! I am so dissatisfied with Lufthansa and what they have become, pale shadow of a great company, very sad....
Pros: Nothing. I was sold a ticket for 709 dollars and wasn’t told I couldn’t get on until showing up to the gate. Therefore I had to spend 1000 more dollars to book another ticket because budget air wouldn’t change or refund the flight.
Cons: Not selling a ticket with a layover where someone with a US passport cannot travel through at the moment. Be more forthcoming.
Cons: This is my first flight with Turkish Airlines. It is much better than every Europe Airline company. Until the Covid19 pandemic is over I will not fly to Europe with any European company. Turkish Airline are that good. On top of that you get to transport two big bags of luggage for free.
Pros: I've never been on a flight with such narrow seat and thin cushion. There was no entertainment offered for the almost 4 hour flight. There was no means of charging any electronic gears. The airplane seems to be 30 years behind time. Crew was unfriendly and smiling faces are not part of the uniform.
Cons: Very narrow seats and thim cushion. No entertainment offered an do means of recharging electronic devices.
Cons: Too many cabin luggage
Airlines such as Delta and Alitalia have taken additional precautions to make sure you’re safer while traveling. Airlines flying from New York to Belgrade are working to protect travelers. Some of these new policies include temperature checks, pre-flight testing, sanitization of key touchpoints, as well as mask requirements when onboard. Some airlines have even implemented socially distanced seating for a limited time. Policies will vary by airline.
Some of our partner airlines flying from New York to Belgrade are adopting new policies due to the global impact of COVID-19. Some of the airlines that may be waiving their cancellation fees are Air Serbia, SWISS, and Lufthansa. You can search for the full list of airlines like Air Serbia that are offering this flexibility.