MAT Macedonian Airlines winter 2008/09
Farewelling three destinations

On October 25, 2008 MAT Macedonian Airlines, the national airline of Macedonia will begin with its winter schedule. As usual for this time of the year MAT will be decreasing its regular frequencies. This winter it will operate flights using 3 aircraft (2 newly leased Boeing B737-500 aircraft and a CRJ-900).

From Skopje MAT will be ending its flights to Amsterdam, Berlin and Hamburg. Flight IN451 was operated once a week to Amsterdam while flight IN320 to Berlin was operated twice a week. Flights to Hamburg were also operated twice a week. Despite this, MAT will continue flights to Germany by continuing services to Dusseldorf which will operate twice a week using a B737-500. Services to Istanbul which were operated 6 times a week will now be operated twice a week using the CRJ-900. Flights to Rome will continue to be operated twice a week using the airline’s both aircraft types. Flights to Vienna will continue operating 5 times a week with a daily code share flight serviced by Austrian Airlines. There will be 11 weekly flights to Zurich with another 2 flights operated in a code share by Helvetic.

From Ohrid the Sunday flight to Vienna will continue to run via Skopje. Flights to Zurich will be maintained once a week while the flight to Amsterdam which was operated via Skopje ends as mentioned above. Currently in the preliminary schedule there is no news of new destinations.
Any related updates will be posted. Any question our readers might have regarding the new schedule can be posted by using the “comments” option or contacting us using our e-mail address. Soon Adria Airways’ 2008/09 winter schedule will be published on the blog.