Orange2Fly to launch new Pristina service


Greek charter carrier Orange2Fly will introduce seasonal flights between Pristina and Paderborn in north-western Germany in cooperation with tour operator "Reiseburo Prishtina" starting April 27. Services will run once per week, each Friday, until the end of the summer season with the airline's 180-seat Airbus A320 aircraft. It is the second new route to be launched by the carrier from Pristina this year, with flights to Malmo to commence on June 9. Orange2Fly was the tenth busiest airline operating out of the city last year with 52.591 passengers carried. Further details for the new route can be found here.


  1. Anonymous17:26

    Нема зиме за фамилијарни бизнис.

    1. Anonymous17:42

      Не се знае

  2. Anonymous20:11

    good luck �� prn airport


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