Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Brussels Airlines to launch Ohrid flights

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Brussels Airlines will introduce seasonal services between the Belgian capital and Ohrid next summer season, replacing Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium on the route, which will be shut down this November. The Belgian national carrier will launch the new service during the 2018 summer season, with tickets to go on sale on October 15.

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  1. Great! And even better is that people will be able to transfer onto other flights.

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  2. Very nice... another Star Alliance option to MK.

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  3. That's amazing, happy for OHD.
    Hopefully we get more year-round services tho

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  4. great news, and Brussels Airlines doesn't even fly to SKP

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  5. Da li ste vi nepismeni? Menjaju samo ime kompanije.


    Therefore, Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium will be shut down by November 2017 with two aircraft and all traffic rights being handed to Brussels Airlines. Its three remaining aircraft will be relocated to Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium's sister companies. This would have lead to the layoff of 40 non-flying staff members, but the Dutch group SHS Aviation announced it would take over flight licences and the remaining 40 employees, and integrate them into VLM Airlines.

    Znaci Bravo Slovenija.

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    1. A da li ti umes da citas clanak?

      "replacing Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium on the route, which will be shut down this November"

      Razlog zbog cega se ljudi raduju je da Brussels Airlines nudi mnogo vise opcija i pogodnosti putnicima time sto uvodi ovu liniju.

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    2. Ајде прво да видимо ред летења па да протумачимо колико могућности заправо нуде. У теорији и Свис нуди много тога у Нишу док се не види ред летења.

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    3. Komentari su da je Ohrid on fire, a nije.

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  6. OHD is now competing with both INI and SKP, very interesting.

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    1. OHD (150k pax), and INI (300k pax) are both @competing@ with SKP (1,8mio pax).

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