The low-cost, low-fare airline Wizz Air announced that starting May 3rd will offer weekly Skopje-Stockholm flights. Tickets are already on sale; the lowest price is EUR 26. The flights will be on Mondays and Fridays connecting Stockholm’s Skavsta Airport and Skopje.
“Our new destination to Stockholm is a the second route from Skopje to Scandinavian market and the ninth international one that connects Macedonia with popular European destinations. We believe the low ticket prices will soon turn this route into a bestseller for outgoing and incoming tourists,” said Daniel de Carvalho, Wizz Air Corporate Communications Manager.
Earlier this winter, Wizz Air opened a base into the Macedonian capital and from the looks of it, the company plans to increase its presence in this part of the world by opening a new base in Belgrade and offer new routes. The company launched its first flights from Skopje last October with services to Dortmund and Eindhoven.
The company seems to have big plans in order to consolidate its position on the market, as it also recently announced some extra flights on Kiev route, an expansion in Georgia and new Gdansk and Katowice routes.