Wizz Air introduces Skopje-Budapest flight

Arrival of the Wizz Air aircraft from Budapest at Skopje-based airport “Alexander the Great” marked the launch of the new flight on Wednesday.

The Skopje-Budapest flight will operate twice a week, with tickets starting at EUR 15.

“The introduction of this flight marks an important step forward for Macedonian aviation, because it meets the market demand since the last direct flight to Budapest was cancelled in 2012. We are sure that our passengers will be satisfied and expect the flight to contribute to rise in tourism revenues and commercial exchange between the two countries”, said TAV Macedonia general manager Alper Ersoy.

The ceremony was also attended by Minister of Transport and Communications Vlado Misajlovski and Hungarian ambassador Dux Laszlo Istvan.

With the addition of the Budapest flight, Wizz Air is now operating 29 destinations to 13 countries from the Skopje and Ohrid airports.


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