Norwegian to add fourth Pristina service


Norwegian Air Shuttle will expand its operations to Pristina this summer by adding a fourth route to the city. The airline will commence two weekly flights from Copenhagen, each Wednesday and Saturday, from March 28. It comes just a week after Germania announced it too would introduce two weekly services between the two cities. Apart from Germania, Norwegian will also compete directly against SAS Scandinavian Airlines on the route. The low cost airline currently maintains flights from Oslo to Pristina, as well as seasonal services from Helsinki and Gothenburg to the Kosovan city. It recently announced it would add an extra weekly flight, for a total of two, from the Finnish capital. Tickets for the new Copenhagen - Pristina service are already on sale through the airline's website. Further flight details can be found here.


  1. Anonymous13:54

    nice job

  2. Anonymous14:18

    There is no ex-yu city currently connected to HEL.
    PRN should be proud to have achieved this! ��!

    1. Anonymous15:56

      Croatia Airlines flies seasonally from Zagreb to Helsinki as does Finnair to Ljubljana. There are also a lot of flights from Helsinki to the Croatian coast operated by Finnair and Norwegian.

    2. Not true.

      LJU, ZAG, PUY, DBV, and SPU are all connected with HEL.

  3. Anonymous14:35

    Great news!!!

  4. Anonymous14:38

    Now only Amsterdam is missing and PRN has it all!

  5. Anonymous15:50

    An still 0 flights to LJ

  6. Anonymous18:32

    Norwegian will be also flying more to BEG this summer. They will have the third flight the whole summer season.

  7. 500euro 1 r
    Ticket juli or August


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