✅ Verified Review
| Belgrade to Malta return, the aircraft advertised was the A319 - however we were ushered in an ancient Aviolet (Air Serbia charter division) Boeing 737-300 inherited from Yugoslav Airlines which was a huge disappointment. Some half-hearted attempts have been made to make the really old cabin interior look a little more up to date, but not much. Another, slightly better preserved 737 flew us back to Belgrade. The boarding process in Belgrade was smooth as the flight was half-empty but a nightmare on return when it was full - it took ages to check in, however both flights took off with only minor delays. Some cabin crew members looked a bit surly, others on the other hand had an attitude which could best be described as overfamiliar. In both directions we were offered a miniscule, taste-free chicken sandwich - two bites and it's gone - and a very dry, hardened cookie for a meal. The return flight arrived at the remotest gate possible, the one habitually used by low cost carriers - even though there were loads of other empty gates - hardly any aircraft around at the time in fact. There was a considerable delay in delivering the luggage. All in all, the flight experience was bland and forgettable, with lots of room for further improvement, but generally on par with what's today being offered by most European legacy carriers in economy class.