What is your home city/country? How long is the trip to post from there, with what connections? How easy/difficult is it to travel to this city/country?

Charleston, SC, which is about 12 hours with layovers. I feel traveling was easy as long as you aren't going to/from Kosovo. - Sep 2019

France. It is a 15 hour drive, or anything from 3 hours to 12 hours flights with connections. I drove most of the time, and used the opportunity to visit all the neighboring countries. - Dec 2018

There are currently no direct flights to Serbia (though Air Serbia has signed an Open Skies deal and plans on starting flights late 2015/early 2016). Common connections are through Frankfurt, Munich, and Istanbul. The trip is about ten hours. - Sep 2015

There is no short way to California. Fly through Frankfurt or Munich to the East Coast, then another flight to the West Coast. - Aug 2015

Washington, DC -- 12 hours, connecting through European cities, usually Frankfurt for USG travel. Air Serbia is supposed to start a direct flight to the U.S. probably New York or Chicago, in late 2015 or early 2016. Other common connections for people not tied to USG travel restrictions include Amsterdam, Munich, Zurich, and Istanbul. - Aug 2015

Southeastern U.S. - trip takes around 15 hours with at least one stop in western Europe. - Aug 2014

East coast, three flights which takes us around 20 hours door to door. - Aug 2013

Southeast USA. It takes about 14 hrs with connections - Apr 2012

Washington DC; about 8-9 hours transiting through Germany. - Nov 2011

At least one connection to the U.S., most likely on United through FRA or MUC then to IAD. - Jul 2011

Boston, MA, U.S.A. is about 8+ hours with one stop in Germany. - Nov 2010

Washington, DC - total flight time can be long, depending on layover in Frankfurt/Munich (United) or Milan (Delta/Alitalia). I recommend United. Alitalia is the worst airline ever - Jun 2010

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