Serbian start-up Centavia began operations with its BAe 146-200 YU-AGL (msn E2210) on 8 July. The first flight was a charter from Belgrade to Corfu (CNA 800), which departed at 11:30. A second rotation, to Bodrum, was flown later that same day. The airline had received its operating licence the previous day. YU-AGL was painted in Centavia’s colors in Belgrade. Centavia is the first Serbian low-cost airline. It plans to operate charters throughout the summer before launching scheduled services in the fall. A second former Meridiana BAe 146 will join the airline shortly.