Norway’s low-cost company, Norwegian Air Shuttle, already flying to Belgrade from Oslo and Stockholm, has announced a new regular flight between the capitals of Denmark and Serbia. The new regular direct flight Copenhagen – Belgrade will be launched on 4th May 2012, with two weekly departures: Mondays and Fridays. The scheduled time of arrival from Copenhagen to the Belgrade airport is 12:10h, while the return flight to the Danish capital is scheduled at 12:40h. In the course of the summer season, Norwegian Air Shuttle had some 5,000 passengers monthly from Belgrade, while the average number of passengers per flight (including both, departure and arrival) was 138 in an aircraft with 148 passenger seats. The competitor on the flight to Norwegian Air will be Jat Airways, and recently this flight has been abandoned by the Danish low-cost airliner with the explanations that it is only winter season suspension.