Eurowings ends Pristina - Cologne service

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Low cost carrier Eurowings will not be resuming its seasonal flights between Pristina and Cologne this summer season. It is the latest in a growing list of over ten routes terminated by the Lufthansa subsidiary to cities across the former Yugoslavia. In January, the airline discontinued services from Vienna to Pristina. Eurowings will continue to maintain flights from Pristina to Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Hannover, Munich and Stuttgart this summer season.

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  1. Hallo eurowings destinacion skopje dusseldorf

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    1. Anonymous17:02

      Skopje Wizzair

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  2. Anonymous15:13

    EW is a joke, literally. I can't remember which was the longest served route from Germany to the Balkans and back. Their routes last for 1 summer, a couple of months and that's it.
    The old germanwings was much better!!

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  3. Anonymous16:08

    When will they start with PRN-BEG flights?

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    1. Anonymous16:49

      Allegedly this coming summer

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  4. Anonymous17:05

    I recommend Eurowings to increase Daily flights to/from Frankfurt FRA.

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  5. Anonymous07:59

    The Germans, they are racist, they are hiring in Kosovo, but in cooperation with EuroKoha, so the flight attendants will wear Eurowings uniform, will perform Eurowings tasks, without having ID travel, and anykind of Eurowings benefits and getting paid way less.

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