Cutting the cake welcoming Jetairfly to Skopje, the capital of Macedonia, were Zoran Krstevski, GM TAV Macedonia; Elena Nikodinovska, Belgian Honorary Consul; Zafer Mese, Deputy GM in charge of Marketing of TAV Macedonia; and Skopje Alexander the Great Airport Manager Nejat Kurt.
- Jetairfly added a new destination in Macedonia to its network on 8 May when the Belgian leisure airline in TUI Group began serving the country capital Skopje (SKP). The weekly flights operate from Brussels (BRU) via Ohrid (OHD) on the outbound, returning non-stop to the Belgian capital. Zoran Krstevski, GM TAV Macedonia, commented: “With JetairFly and the new route to Brussels, the citizens of Macedonia have yet another important connection to one of the most significant European destinations for us. This route will enable a faster and more comfortable voyage to the country for our citizens working in Benelux countries. Of course, at the same time it is a great opportunity to increase tourist income, confirmed by the great number of travel arrangements with tour operators from these countries.”