Friday, January 19, 2018

Wizz Air to shift Skopje - Milan flights

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Low cost airline Wizz Air will shift operations on its Skopje - Bergamo route to Milan's main international airport - Malpensa - starting March 26. The budget carrier will maintain two weekly flights between the two cities, each Monday and Friday. It faces no competition on the route. Services between the Macedonian capital and Bergamo, which is some ninety kilometres from Malpensa, commenced in 2012.

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  1. Fantastic! Another primary airport served from SKP.

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  2. Great news!

    Yet anothher sign of convergence between so called 'legacy' and (U)LCC.

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  3. does it mean they are not 100% satisfied with how Bergamo is performing?

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    1. Nope, they're satisfied.Flying to Malpensa is little more expensive than Bergamo.

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    2. lol so why the move?

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  4. Perfect. A destination to a main airport rather than a low cost airport.

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  6. Hello higher fares.

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  7. Since they are a lot of macedonians living in Ticino (especially in the Locarno area), the italian speaking canton of Switzerland, I guess it s a good move from wizzair.

    Until now a lot of them preferred to fly from malpensa to Sofia or Thessaloniki instead of driving to Bergamo.

    Looking forward to seeing wizz flying Malpensa-Belgrade or Malpensa-Tuzla!

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  8. Also a lot of Macedonian diaspora in Italia living in Alexandria, Asti, Imperia .... wich is more clouse ... Good choise!

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  9. Malpensa is close to Switzerland and not so close to Milan, as Linate or Serio Orio Bergamo.

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    1. Milano is geographically closer to Malpensa than it is to Bergamo, but it doesn't matter since Malpensa has a rail connection to the city centre while from Bergamo you needed to take a shitty bus

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