Wizz Air announces 8 new routes from Macedonia
As of March and July this year, low-cost airline Wizz Air will start operating eight new routes from Macedonia’s capital of Skopje and Ohrid Airports, respectively, the company announced on Monday after signing a contract with the government’s representatives, according to Worldairlinenews.com.
Wizz Air has won a tender for low-cost airlines issued by the Macedonian government. Wizz Air will fly to four new destinations from Skopje Airport: Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden and Bremen in Germany, Larnaca in Cyprus and Turku in Finland.The new destinations from Ohrid Airport will be: Malmö in Sweden, Milan in Italy, Munich Memmingen and Dortmund in Germany.
The Hungarian air carrier Wizz Air has been operating in Macedonia since 2011.
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