Nordwind reschedules Skopje service


Russia’s Nordwind Airlines has set a new date for the launch of its Moscow - Skopje flights. Initially scheduled to commence on May 21, the service was delayed until further notice due to the “epidemiological situation”, Skopje Airport said. However, flights have now been rescheduled to begin on June 4. They will run once per week, each Friday. The equipment deployed on the route has been changed from the initially planned Airbus A321 to the Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Further flight details can be found here.


  1. 737-800 Makes much more sense for the start of the route.
    Good luck N. W.


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