Edelweiss schedules wide-body Pristina flights


Switzerland's Edelweiss Air will utilise its wide-body Airbus A340-300 aircraft between Zurich and Pristina over the height of the summer season to meet increased demand. According to the “AeroRoutes” portal, the 314-seat jet will be deployed on the route starting July 16, each Thursday and Saturday until the end of the month. This is likely to be extended through August as well. Edelweiss has deployed the twin-aisle aircraft on its Pristina service over the high summer season for several years. The quadjet features 27 seats in business class, 76 in economy max, and the remaining 211 seats in its standard economy cabin. Edelweiss was the tenth busiest airline in Pristina last year, handling 127.936 passengers. Zurich itself was Pristina’s second busiest destination after Basel. The Swiss airline usually deploys it A320 jet on the route.

Edelweiss Air A340-300 business class cabin

Edelweiss Air A340-300 economy class cabin


  1. Anonymous13:41

    That's a nice upgrade

    1. Anonymous14:23

      there is always an upgrade at that time of summer

  2. notLufthansa16:00

    they should do a stop at LJU :)

  3. JU520 BEGLAX19:39

    I always hoped BEG will see LX widebodies, same as they have used for PMI ATH AGP PRG OPO in the past. But lately they even came away from 3 daily A321 in July which we saw in the past, mainly over the weekends. Wizz ex BSL seems to take them too many pax away.

  4. Anonymous16:12

    Perfect plane for Aviogenex, 1.5 million x aircraft and also Charter Services.

  5. Anonymous17:12



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