Thursday, January 4, 2018

Orange2Fly to launch new Pristina service

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Greek charter carrier Orange2Fly will introduce seasonal flights between Pristina and Malmo in cooperation with tour operator "Flytravel24" starting June 9. Services will run once per week, each Saturday, with the airline's 180-seat Airbus A320 aircraft. It will compete directly against Adria Airways, which also maintains seasonal flights to Malmo each Monday and Tuesday. Further details for the new route can be found here.

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  1. This would be a perfect route for Wizz Air.

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    1. I agree, Wizz Air should open service Pristine Malmo

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  2. WizzAir should upgrade their service from SKP to Malmo to A321 in order to catch more passengers from Kosovo, or maybe go double daily with A320 on some days.

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    1. Sorry Sir, WizzAir isn't born to fly just to/from SKP!! Wizzair fly to/from everywhere, calm down and see if Wizzair will listen to your dream.

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    2. Thanks for your clarification :D

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    3. W6 is the national carrier of Macedonia anyway.

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