Wizz Air delays new Pristina service


Wizz Air has delayed the launch of its new service between Milan and Pristina. Flights were scheduled to commence this Thursday but have now been postponed until October 27, when they are expected to run three times per week. Last year, the Italian market accounted for 1% of Pristina Airport’s traffic, while Wizz Air was Kosovo’s fourth busiest airline, handling 253.282 passengers. Wizz Air has been forced to temporarily suspend 31 routes from former Yugoslav markets due to flight bans, travel restrictions and a decline in demand. Further details for the new Milan - Pristina service can be found here.