Turkish Airlines mulls transatlantic flights from Skopje

Turkey's flag carrier Turkish Airlines is considering introducing regular transatlantic services from Skopje airport, Macedonia's transport ministry said.


No further details were disclosed in the statement published on the transport ministry's website last week after the country's transport minister Vlado Misajlovski visited Turkey. 
A transatlantic service would meet the needs of the large Macedonian and Albanian diaspora in North America.

According to Ex-Yu Aviation, an air transport news portal, the Skopje Airport would need to undergo several audits by US authorities before it could launch the service.

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