Swiss to downgrade Niš service

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Swiss International Air Lines will downgrade its flights between Zurich and Niš Constantine the Great Airport this winter season by operating a limited schedule. The airline will maintain two weekly services between the two cities until November 29, after which flights will be suspended until the start of the 2020 summer season on March 29. However, the airline will operate two weekly flights on the route during the Christmas and New Year holiday period, from December 20, 2019 until January 12, 2020. Last winter, Swiss maintained services between the two cities for the entire season.

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  1. jedan dodje, drugi ode

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  2. JU should try to catch these passengers to Friedrichshafen - Nis.

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    1. I think they already took a lot of them.

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  3. in summer a return cost CHF 1.067. good luck with that

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    1. means flights are in limbo at the moment

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  4. Stvarno,sta im znace ovako abnormalno visoke cene do Nisa?Pogledao sam slucajne datume u maju i junu, cena direktnih letova je preko 1000 evra u ekonomskoj klasi. O cemu se radi?

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    1. Вероватно се ради о томе да нису још финализирали летњи ред летења. Уколико промене датуме и дане морају да рефундирају карте путницима. Овако нико не купује и никоме не морају да врате паре уколико дође до промена. Чисто сумњан да ико купује карте 8 месеци унапред.

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  5. It seems FR is terminating NYO-INI next summer too :(

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    1. FR also just announced that they are completely withdrawing with their own brand from Budapest and that they are replacing it with their lower cost branch called BUZZ. They said Budapest was not profitable for them.

      Interestingly passenger numbers at all Swedish airports have been steadily declining for a while now. ARN is down by like 5% this year. Swedish economy is not doing that well right now.

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