Nordwind schedules Skopje service


Russia’s Nordwind Airlines has scheduled its planned new service between Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport and Skopje, which is due to start on May 21. As previously reported, flights will run once per week, each Friday. Commenting on the development, operator TAV Macedonia’s General Manager, Metin Batak, said, “TAV Macedonia is very happy to hear that Nordwind decided to launch flights between Moscow and Skopje, opening the first air link between North Macedonia and Russia after twenty years. We strongly believe that this unserved route until now has great potential and will be very beneficial for both business and leisure passengers”. Further flight details can be found here.


  1. Anonymous13:34

    It would be interesting to see if they launch more destinations in ex yu.

    1. Anonymous20:19

      They will now fly to Belgrade, Zagreb and Skopje .
      That is more than enough .
      The next step will be increasing frequencies .


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