Air Serbia is the national airline of Serbia, offering flights to more than 40 destinations in Europe, the Middle East and North America. If you are planning to book a flight with Air Serbia, you might be wondering what payment options are available for you. In this article, we will explain the different ways you can pay for your Air Serbia flight online, as well as some tips and conditions to keep in mind.
One of the most convenient and secure ways to pay for your Air Serbia flight is by using a credit or debit card. Air Serbia accepts the following cards: Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro, JCB Card, Universal Air Travel Plan/UATP and Dina Card. You can also use a prepaid card or a virtual card as long as it has sufficient funds and it accepted by Air Serbia.
When you pay with a card, you will asked to enter some security details such as the Card Verification Value/Card Security Code (CVV/CSC) and 3D Secure (MasterCard Secure, Verified by Visa). These are extra layers of security that protect your transactions and personal information from fraud. For more information about these features, please contact your card issuing bank.
Depending on the country of residence you selected when visiting airserbia.com, you will be able to pay in different currencies. However, if you are using a card issued in any country other than Serbia, you should be aware that your card issuing bank may charge you an additional fee for using the card in a foreign country. This fee not controlled by Air Serbia and it may vary depending on the bank and the currency conversion rate. For more information, please contact your card issuing bank.
If you are using a card issued in Serbia, you will only be able to pay in Serbian dinars (RSD) according to the Foreign payment law. If you try to pay in any other currency, your payment will not completed. And if you are abroad and want to use a card issued in Serbia, you should clear your web browser’s cache, visit airserbia.com, choose Serbia as your country of residence and proceed with the booking and payment in RSD currency.
In some cases, you might asked to present the card or a copy of the card you used to pay for your flight at an Air Serbia office or at the airport check-in counter. This is a security measure to verify your identity and prevent unauthorized use of your card. Please make sure that the card number, name of the owner, expiry date and signature are visible on the card or copy. After we complete all the necessary checks, you will receive your boarding pass either via online check-in or at the check-in desk.
Book now, pay later
Another option that Air Serbia offers is the Book now, pay later service. This service allows you to hold your booking for up to 24 hours without paying for it immediately. This way, you can have some time to think about your reservation or confirm it with other passengers without risking the selected fare being changed.
The Book now, pay later service depends on availability and the combination of the offered fares. For standard offers, you can hold your selected fare for up to 24 hours at the price of EUR 4.99 per passenger. For special offers, you can hold your selected fare for up to 12 hours at the price of EUR 6.99 per passenger.
To use this service, simply select this option at the time of booking at airserbia.com on the ticket payment page. You will receive a confirmation email with your booking reference and a link to complete your payment. When you are ready to book, go to Manage my Booking and enter your last name and booking reference. You can then pay for your flight using any of the accepted payment methods.
Please note that infants aged 0-2 exempted from payment for this service. Also note that this service non-refundable and that passengers’ first and last names must listed as per their passports.
We hope this article has helped you understand the different payment options that Air Serbia offers for online bookings. If you have any questions or need any assistance with your payment or booking process, please contact our customer service team or visit our website for more information.