Orange2Fly to launch new Pristina service


Orange2Fly will introduce flights between Pristina and Munich, replacing Adria Airways on the route. Services will launch on November 2 and operate once per week, each Saturday. Tickets are being sold through three tour operators, which will share capacity on the 180-seat Airbus A320 aircraft. Low cost carrier Eurowings also maintains services on the route. Orange2Fly was Pristina’s fourth busiest airline last year, handling 200.278 passengers. Further flight details can be found here.


  1. Anonymous13:35

    These random airlines from PRN are a hit.

  2. Anonymous14:31

    Orange flight bad !

  3. Anonymous10:02

    Eurowings should replace Adria Airways flights between Frankfurt-Pristina and Munich-Pristina possibly before charter airlines make deals.

    Hurry Eurowings don’t loose your chance.


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