Edelweiss deploys A340 to Pristina

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Switzerland's Edelweiss Air has commenced operations with its wide-body Airbus A340-300 aircraft between Zurich and Pristina. The 314-seat jet is being deployed on services to the Kosovan city once per week, each Saturday. The aircraft features 27 seats in business class, 76 in economy max, and the remaining 211 seats in its standard economy cabin. Edelweiss was the third busiest airline in Pristina last year, handling 211.810 passengers, while Zurich solidified its position as the busiest route to and from the city, accounting for 17.6% of all passenger traffic.

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  1. Bad news for INI and SKP.
    ¡Congrats PRN!

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    1. LX is experiencing aircraft shortages which is why many European destinations are getting widebodies. It would make far more sense to deploy the A321 which can seat up to 200 passengers. Unless you think they are expecting to sell all these premium seats.

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    1. Shocking how OU failed there, they could carry ZRH passengers alone.

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  3. Congrats Pristina!!

    Doing great heavy A340 in PRN good news, keep going.

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  4. congratulations prishtina
    soon we will see more widebodies airplanes in prn after it will be last ballkan contry to have lifted visa restrictions

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  5. They are planning to fly between Zurich Airport and Skopje Alexander the Great Airport(domestic name Skopje International Airport) this August with Airbus 330-200 increased seat capacity according to Edelweiss airline spokesman.

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    1. where did you read this?

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    2. https://www.aerotelegraph.com/mit-dem-airbus-a340-nach-pristina

      Increased demand from Pristina Reisen. They demanded additional seats, but Edelweiss has no planes so bigger aircraft.

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    3. There's no mentioning of SKP flights with long-haul aircraft, and Edelweiss has no A330-200. Check your facts please.

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