Friday, August 5, 2016

Eurowings to end Berlin - Pristina service

NEWS FLASH


Eurowings will suspend its flights from Berlin Tegel Airport to Pristina at the end of the summer season on October 29. The airline has seen strong competition on the route after easyJet launched services from Berlin Schonefeld this March. Eurowings, formerly operating as Germanwings, was Pristina's sixth busiest airline in 2015, carrying some 110.000 passengers. The carrier will continue to maintain flights from Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Hannover and Stuttgart to Pristina this winter.

5 comments:

  1. Go on Easyjet, this winter Kosova will see visa liberalization from EU and the arrival of Wizzair with Prishtina to Budapest this winter season.

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    1. I don't think liberalization will happen any time soon, for Kosovo or any other country not already on the "white list".

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  2. Go on Easyjet, this winter Kosova will see visa liberalization from EU and the arrival of Wizzair with Prishtina to Budapest this winter season.

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