Air Serbia moves to Terminal 1 at JFK

The facility is currently undergoing renovation and is set to be four times the size of the existing building

Air Serbia has today moved its operations from Terminal 4 to Terminal 1 at New York’s JFK airport, joining the biggest international airlines to serve the hub.  

The airline has been operating from the original facility since 2016.

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Terminal 1 is currently undergoing planned reconstruction, representing the greatest capital project in the history of the hub. The upgraded space will consist of 23 new gates and plans to be four times bigger than the existing area.

"After recently introducing the latest addition to our fleet, the new Airbus A330 which we use on flights to New York, and significantly improving the service, we are extremely pleased that, on this occasion, we will contribute to an even better travel experience for our passengers,” said George Petkovic, VP Americas, Air Serbia.

“Soon, they will be able to enjoy more space and smaller crowds, and once the reconstruction is finished, Terminal 1 will offer them numerous benefits.”

Flights operated by the carrier presently operate four times per week, on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. This is set to increase during the summer months.