A new international airline is offering travellers a chance to take the plunge to Europe by flying from Serbia to Italy or Croatia.

Sky Air has been operating since September, offering international flights from the Serbian capital Belgrade to Rome, from Milan to Florence, and from Rome to Vienna.

Sky has launched the service with a focus on Europe, with plans to expand it to other continents soon.

Sky says the service will cost €5.50 (£4.40) for round-trip, with no surcharges for international flights.

The service is available from August, with further dates to be announced.

Sky’s service will be offered on an all-British-run aircraft, which it says will “provide an exceptional experience to the travelling public.”

Sky has been offering domestic flights to Serbia since July, and now offers flights to Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, and the United States.

The airline says it will begin offering international routes in December.

The company says the majority of the passengers flying on Sky will be in Europe, although it expects a large number of international passengers to take advantage of the discounted fare.