Mihajlovic added that as of May 22, it will not be mandatory to have a PCR test to enter Serbia, but that Serbian citizens travelling to other countries will have to act in accordance with the measures and rules of the country of their destination.On May 21, Serbian Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Minister Zorana Mihajlovic toured Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport, along with the airport and Air Serbia CEOs Francois Berisot and Duncan Naysmith. The visit was organized on the occasion of the company’s first commercial flight since the state of emergency was lifted.Mihajlovic called it “an important day for all of us, because after two months we are seeing off the first commercial flight that will return from Zurich full of passengers.” She added that Air Serbia is the first airline company in the region that has resumed passenger flights, Mihajlovic’s office announced.“In addition to Zurich, flights to Frankfurt, London, Vienna will also resume, as well as to Paris, Amsterdam, Ljubljana, New York and other cities. It is important that we slowly go back to normal. We are working together as a single team, and we are doing our best to make this kind of travel more accessible and have more regular routes. Safety, of course, comes first,” the minister said.Mihajlovic added that as of May 22, it will not be mandatory to have a PCR test to enter Serbia, but that Serbian citizens travelling to other countries will have to act in accordance with the measures and rules of the country of their destination.She pointed out that this transportation branch has suffered great losses across the globe estimated at over EUR70 million, adding hat she hopes that by the end of the year the damage to the air traffic industry will not exceed EUR200 million.