SmartLynx Airlines to open Pristina base

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Latvian charter carrier SmartLynx Airlines has been contracted by tour operator PrishtinaJET to base two Airbus A320 aircraft in Kosovo and launch flights to Basel, Dusseldorf, Stuttgart and Munich. Services will commence in early July and will include up to twelve weekly flights to Basel, daily flights to Dusseldorf and Stuttgart, as well as five weekly rotations to Munich. The new base will result in 33 new jobs, which will grow to sixty in the coming period. PrishtinaJET was established by a group of investors from the aviation industry, as well as professionals from the tourism and travel sectors. Pristina Airport is expected to reopen for scheduled commercial flights within the next two weeks.

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  1. Anonymous14:09

    Whoooaa...didn't see that one coming! Bravo Latvia! This is how you react fast and adapt.
    PRN is now surely going to be a top 5 ex-Yu airport in terms of passengers....

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  2. Anonymous14:14

    another fishy familia reisebüro

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  3. Anonymous14:30

    Bravo to Pristina Airport and Smart Lynx PrishtinaJet Venture, quite brave but nesessary act.

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    1. Anonymous15:02

      nesessary lol as there werent enough flights to Basel/Stuttgart/Stuttgart and Munich already.

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  4. Anonymous14:35

    Is this Latvian airline quickly entering Kosova because of W6? Yesterday someone mentioned that SKP is going to lose 1 aircraft. Maybe it will be shifted to PRN and those guys reacted really fast by launching those new flights.

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    1. Anonymous15:00

      lol its the same guys that tried with Air Mediteran or what it was called. It seems like some rivals of Air Prishitna. On top of that Eurowings will be super excited about this

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    2. Anonymous20:06

      AirPrishtina and Eurokoha are just like bank collecting money showing flights for tommorow 18, 19, JUN etc while PRISTINA AIRPORT IS CLOSED, They have sold in milions EUR worth of tickets showing flights since 1 JUN, (airport is CLOSED since 13/14 MAR 2017)

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  5. Anonymous14:57

    Nothing to see here, just another shady reiseburo dealing. Will be gone in a year or so.

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    1. Anonymous17:07

      Cartel holders of the market EUROKOHA and AIRPRISHTINA with SWISS LUFTHANSA EUROWINGS CHAIR are holding "shady and with criminal high prices monopol", which is prohibited with EU and Kosovo LAW are complying about not to be wondered all newcommmers... etc etc, SMARTLYNX and AVION EXPRESS are part Avia Solutions Group, the largest aerospace business group from Central & Eastern Europe with 83 offices and production stations providing aviation services and solutions worldwide. No debts, No crisis, NO problems, with 45 modern aircrafts

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    2. Anonymous17:31

      Is it Arab or Chinese money?

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    3. Anonymous18:14

      SmartLynx are only prividing services as long as long as PrishtinaJet is paying them whoever they are..

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    4. Anonymous19:34

      What kind of money is allowed in EU, in EU registered airline, in an airline established since 1992 and 20 a320 and a321 aircrafts

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    5. Anonymous14:38

      PrishtinaJet has the same owners who have cheated passengers in recent years in Kosovo.
      Always fail either at the start or at the end of the summer or winter season .

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    6. Anonymous15:55

      AirPrishtina its True have cheated passengers in recent years in Kosovo shade

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  6. Anonymous18:01

    We need PRN JFK

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    1. Anonymous19:36

      PRN doesn have JFK direct travellers, PRN need PRN DXB or SHJ or DOH (which one comes first), PRN - PAR and PRN - AMS

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    2. Anonymous20:16

      The plans for JFK are on the table and PRN is currently negotiating for it:

      https://www.exyuaviation.com/2020/02/pristina-airport-eyes-long-haul-flights.html?m=1

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    3. Anonymous22:24

      For the ridiculous amount we pay from IAD/JFK/EWR to PRN via VIE/ZRH/IST, someone could make a pretty penny with a straight shot, especially from June to September.

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    4. Anonymous08:46

      Are you real or what?

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    5. Sebastian23:58

      Sounds like an internet provider's name!

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  7. Anonymous23:39

    SmartLynx sounds like the name of a cable company.

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    1. Anonymous10:09

      What lynx - a wild cat with yellowish-brown fur, has to do with cables?

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  8. Anonymous11:11

    I recommend Eurowings to open service direct JFK-PRN-JFK.

    Eurowings don’t miss out make money from USA diaspora 👍

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    1. Anonymous15:39

      Eurowings announced its selling all large aircrafts and cutting oversea destinations and in mean time has other probelms like strugling and keeping business alive .... " The Eurowings boss assured that all customers who have refused vouchers or rebookings will be reimbursed for the money they had paid for flights not taken. For Eurowings, this is a three-digit million amount if all customers demand their money back, he said. “But if the customer wants it, we are of course ready to refund.” Due to the sheer number of claims, it will take time but will be achieved, making a wave of lawsuits against the carrier unlikely"

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  9. Anonymous13:02

    THEY CLOSED OPERATOON, PRISHTINAJET AGNESA SHOPPING CENTER, KAZAZI, BLACKQORRI OR BALI RRAMAAJ AND CO FAMILY, WHO EVER THEY ARE, They are not flying, not even returning the money to the passengers they paid for flights (daily flights to several EU destinations) PEOPLE are waitting in front of their office in Pristina City Center in front of Police HQ and P. Station Nr. 1 to get tickets they paid refund back

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