Aegean delays Skopje, Podgorica resumption


Greece’s Aegean Airlines has pushed back the resumption of its flights from Athens to both Skopje and Podgorica by a month. Services to the two cities will now resume on September 2 and September 3 respectively, instead of August. It comes after the airline also delayed the resumption of its flights to Croatia by two months. Aegean's only other destination in the former Yugoslavia - Belgrade - is to resume as initially planned on July 2.


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