Orange2Fly to launch new Pristina service


Greek charter carrier Orange2Fly will introduce new flights between Pristina and Treviso in Italy in cooperation with tour operator "AirKos" starting December 7. Services will run twice per week with the airline's 180-seat Airbus A320 aircraft. This year, the carrier launched two new routes out of Pristina, to Malmo and Paderborn, complementing services to Basel, Dusseldorf and Stuttgart. Orange2Fly was the tenth busiest airline operating out of Pristina Airport last year with 52.591 passengers carried, while Italy was the sixth largest market. The airline plans to further expand its operations from Pristina next year.


  1. Anonymous10:43

    Perfect route for Wizz in the future.

  2. Anonymous10:53

    PRN is the fastest growing airport in ex-Yu.
    All this is nothing but headache for SKP, making the challenge for new routes trickier and trickier each time.

    1. Anonymous18:58

      they have Treviso on their list of destinations already *facepalm*

  3. Anonymous11:41

    This is bad news for SKP!

  4. Anonymous12:35

    It seems 2019 will provide solid growth to PRN. Congrats!

    I think Austria and the Netherlands are the only underserved markets from PRN.
    Great opportunitiy for Wizz or Ryan or Transavia to exploit!

    1. Anonymous19:49

      Never heard for this airline


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