Windrose flights between Macedonia and Ukraine from December

Ukraine’s Windrose Airline launches flights from December 6 from Kiev to Skopje, and one day later to Belgrade in Serbia.

In a post on its Facebook page, the company wrote that:

the flights will be operated between December 6, 2020 and March 3, 2021. Departure from the Boryspil Airport at 10:50, arrival in Skopje at 12:00. Departure from Skopje at 12:50, arrival in Boryspil at 16:10”.

Services to Skopje will launch on December 6 and operate each Thursday and Sunday, while flights to Belgrade will run on Mondays and Fridays, starting December 7. Windrose's flights to Skopje will mark the first time the Macedonian capital will be linked with a scheduled air service to Kiev. 

While intorducing flights to Skopje and Belgrade, Windrose suspends plans to commence operations to Ljubljana. Commenting on the suspension of its planned Ljubljana flights, Windrose said, “The airline has received an explanation from Ljubljana Airport’s border police that at present, under Covid-19 rules, entry is allowed only for reasons of extreme necessity. Due to the fact that most of our passengers are tourists, the launch of flights to Ljubljana has been postponed by the airline until official permission for entry is given”. 

Flights 7W791/792 to Skopje will be operated by Embraer-145 Jets and ATR72-600 aircraft on Thursday and Sundays.

Windrose’s service to Belgrade comes after Ukrainian carrier SkyUp Airlines recently shelved plans to introduce flights to the Serbian capital.