Nordwind delays Skopje launch


Russia’s Nordwind Airlines has delayed its planned new service between Moscow and Skopje until further notice. Flights were to commence this Friday. In a statement, Skopje Airport said the route is postponed due to the current epidemiological situation. Nordwind planned to maintain flights between the two capital cities once per week with the Airbus A321 aircraft.


  1. Anonymous14:23

    Lack of demand? Also A321 might be too large at the beginning. Let's hope at least the KBP route survives.

    1. Anonymous14:37

      Is it even flying?

    2. Anonymous18:05

      I think it was once weekly (every Thursday) with Embraer 145.

    3. Anonymous18:16

      Yes, flights are operating once per week.


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