Ohrid Airport sees passenger growth


Ohrid Airport has continued to see its passenger numbers grow this year, with figures improving August. Macedonia’s second international airport handled 28.126 passengers during the month, an increase of 12.2% on 2015. So far this year, the airport welcomed 103.902 travellers through its doors, up over 70%. New arrivals this summer include Arkia Israeli Airlines and Air Serbia, which maintain seasonal flights from Tel Aviv and Belgrade respectively. This winter season, Wizz Air will operate flights from Basel and London Luton to Ohrid, while Helvetic Airways will connect the lake-side city with Zurich.


  1. Anonymous12:19

    Ohrid really is Macedonia's biggest selling point. It needs development but not the fake kind that kind be found in Skopje. Just enough to make it attractive to Western Europeans for sustainable tourism.

    If they could achieve that, Ohrid could become so popular, it really is a spectacular place. I just hope it's natural beauty is preserved.

    1. Anonymous14:19

      A lot of potential for mountain biking routes (there already are some), mountaineering and other types of adventure sports due to the climate and terrain!

      I would also like to see development around Prespa, Ohrid in summer is so busy that is seems that Prespa region could be attractive for quieter beaches/resort type places. Might just be me but Prespa always seems colder than Ohrid too which can be nice during 40 deg weather :)

  2. Anonymous13:10

    Go Ohrid! Well done!
    Greetings from Sofia!

    1. Anonymous14:31

      Makedonija i Blgarija braka!

    2. Anonymous15:18

      @Anonymous September 22, 2016 at 2:31 PM

    3. Anonymous16:57

      Поздрав братя!


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