Of course, it’s still just a guess. It’s already a fact, however, that after a few years break negotiations have begun on a flight connecting the two capitals, and Wizz Air seems to be the most likely to operate, travelo.hu said.
After more than three years of silence, direct flights between the capitals of Macedonia and Hungary can restart around the end of the year of 2015. The need for the Skopje-Budapest flight came up at the consultation of the two countries’ government officials in the Macedonian capital last week – Airportal wrote.
The route between Budapest and Skopje – in the absence of a direct flight – takes about 7-8 hours, while thanks to a direct flight, travel time would be reduced to just 90 minutes. According Airportal, Wizz Air is the most likely to exploit the opportunity.
The low-cost airline has its own base in Skopje, so it is most likely that this company can operate the direct flight between the two countries, according to the statements made by government officials. The editorial staff of the newspaper asked Wizz Air too, but the airline didn’t confirm the launch of the direct air service.
based on the article of travelo.hu
translated by BA