Airlines interested in entering Macedonian market, says civil aviation chief


There is general interest for entry of airlines at the Macedonian market and the Ministry of Transport and Communications is negotiating over the introduction of flights to two attractive destinations, says Civil Aviation Agency director Goran Jandreoski in a MIA interview.

More than 1,5 million passengers have been serviced at the two Macedonian airports by September, similar to the number of passengers for the entire 2016.

"After last year's drop in revenues, we expect a rise in 2017 due to the option of airlines to freely use skies for overflights, especially in the evening hours", adds Jandreoski. 

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