Wizz Air to resume Malmo - Niš service

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Low cost carrier Wizz Air will resume flights between Malmo and Niš this April after discontinuing the service on January 7. Flights between the two cities will restart on April 17 and will run twice per week, each Wednesday and Sunday. Tickets are already on sale through the airline's website. In addition to Malmo, Wizz Air will also maintain services to Basel, Dortmund, Memmingen and Vienna from the south-east Serbian city this summer season.

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  1. Yet when I said the route was cut due to operational reasons I was attacked and called all sorts of names. INI was cut due to the closure of the Polish base. Will be interesting to see where the plane will come from.

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  2. Ocigledno su hteli da izbegnu februar i mart jer su im prosle godine bila slaba punjenja.

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  3. Good news for INI... Hope that it will be introduced new flights from INI to Paris Bouve, MLA, and somewhere to Spain.

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  4. Glad that INI is going to continue its growth! EXCELLENT news indeed. Hope for 500,000 this year.

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    1. Doubt it, I think they will handle some 380.000 this year, and that's best case scenario.

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  5. Great to see Nish start the year on a positive note, let's hope there is more to come. I can't wait for those Egypt flights to be announced. I suppose they'll run once a week?

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  6. Serbian government also invested 70 million Dinars into INI.

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    1. Lol! Where they invest it in Water closet?

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    2. LOL, I would be surprised if they invested seventy Dinars in INI!
      I would ask to see receipts of what they purchased first. :D

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  7. JU needs to start PSO INI-BEG twice daily, it's called Air Serbia not Air Belgrade. We are all subsidizing it and we want to see some benefits outside of Belgrade too.

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    1. Yet residents of Belgrade are subsidizing Nis and most of its loses. Should we cut those as well? Don't complain.

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    2. Yet, BEG - INI flights might be flown on commercial basis; if their loads would contribute to ASL's load factor rising for 2-3 percentiles, they would pay off even withouth an additional charge.

      In other words, I beleive the pricing in which one pays the same amount for flying ASL from, say, CDG either to BEG, or to INI, is sustainable.

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  8. Nice. I hope they resume Eindhoven as well. It was also operated by a Polish plane.

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    1. In my opinion, it is a realistic development, especially since FR is shutting down Weeze, which was the reason Eindhoven was shut down in the first place :)

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    2. I am still hoping for BVA.

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  9. I am hoping they launch INI-CIA.
    Btw, they are shifting all their ex-Yu flights from FCO to CIA! This is the second time!! Why this lousier airport and not prestigious FCO?

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  10. There's nothing "prestigious" about Fiumicino! That said, if airport and handling charges are lower at CIA and most if not all of the passengers are point to point then let the ex-Yugo flights go there.

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  11. Actually I prefer Ciampino when flying P2P. It's less chaotic closer to the city, well connected by bus and overall nice small airport. Almost always when I go to Rome, and it's quite often, I use Ryanair and go for 50-60 euro return Trieste-Ciampino

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  12. And I go to Nis also at least once or twice per year and I wish if there was RJK-INI flight, which btw operated during Yugo times on ATR, but unfortunatelly nothing, at least yet... But let's see, now JU starting RJK to BEG who knows, maybe miracle happens...

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    1. INI-Montenegro flights lasted only thanks to subsidies. I doubt there would be much demand for any other ex-YU destination from INI. Seems the airport is also focusing on new markets like the upcoming Egypt flight.

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    2. Nis-Tivat would definitely work on an LCC, but with JU or YM prices probably not. Nis-Rijeka on the other hand is unrealistic even as a charter unfortunately.

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  13. Great news, congrats to INI! This will help in bringing you closer to 400.000.

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