Norwegian’s female Captain, Marianne Lien, landed the airline’s inaugural flight from Oslo to Skopje International Airport on June 23rd.
TAV Macedonia, with a water cannon salute, welcomed the first flight from Oslo at Skopje International Airport operated by Norwegian, the renowned Scandinavian airline.
The airline, which enters the Macedonian aviation market for the first time, will operate the Oslo – Skopje – Oslo air route two times a week, or on Mondays and Fridays, during the summer flights schedule.
TAV Macedonia officials outlined that this new route would allow travelers from both North Macedonia and Norway to enjoy and discover the beauties of the two cities – Oslo, a dynamic and progressive city surrounded by stunning natural beauty, promises an unforgettable experience.
Nejat Kurt, TAV Macedonia General Manager, on this occasion, stated that Norwegian will fly to Skopje International Airport for the first time, creating another opportunity for Macedonians to get to Oslo and visit the land of the beautiful fjords and northern lights and that the airport operator is expecting a long-term and successful cooperation and many happy and satisfied passengers.
Magnus Thome Maursund, Chief Commercial Officer at Norwegian, in a statement, expressed the airline’s satisfaction to be present in Skopje and is looking forward to welcoming new passengers on board.
The flights are scheduled on Fridays and Mondays. The flights on Friday depart from Oslo Airport at 06:35h and arrive at Skopje Airport at 09:40h, while the departure back to Oslo from Skopje is at 10:20h. On Mondays, the departure time from Oslo is 17:15h, with 20:20h being the arrival time at Skopje International Airport.