Nordwind to launch Skopje service

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Russian carrier Nordwind Airlines plans to commence a one weekly service between Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport and Skopje. Based on the filed schedule, flights could begin as early as April 30, with services to run each Friday with the 220-seat Airbus A321 aircraft. Tickets are yet to be put on sale. This year, Nordwind Airlines launched operations to Belgrade, and it plans to start services to Zagreb on April 30 as well. The new services have usually been announced just weeks prior to their launch. Further details for the new Skopje flights can be found here.

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  1. Anonymous11:12

    Finally!!! Awesome news!

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  2. Anonymous11:18

    This is excellent, however I hope they will at least go to 2x weekly in order to have option for a 3-4 day trip.

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    1. Anonymous12:37

      Let's first see these flights succeed. They struggle in Zagreb

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    2. Anonymous13:34

      why are they not flying to Ljubljana?

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    3. Anonymous13:51

      Maybe LJU is their next destination

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  3. УРАААА!!!!

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  4. Anonymous15:10

    A full service airline like Aeroflot would be better .
    As the one above already said they struggle in Zagreb ...

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    1. Anonymous15:50

      Don't be too picky... any new arrival would be welcome in Wizz central

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    2. Anonymous09:10

      You´re right, i wish Skopje airport much success with this one .
      They deserve it !

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