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Dec 12, 2007 15:59 EEST
December 12 (SeeNews) - Italian privately held airline ClubAir has launched regular flights to Verona from Macedonia’s capital Skopje, the Skopje airport said on Wednesday.
ClubAir will fly to Verona via Ancona once a week, on Sundays, using a 98-seat Avroliner 70 and an 82-seat Avroliner 70 aircraft. A one-way ticket, including taxes, will cost 130 euro ($190.9), the airport said in statement posted on its website.
Verona-based ClubAir (www.clubair.it) was established in October 2002. It is operating domestic flights and also flies to Albania and Romania. It has a hub at Verona Airport.
The airline ceased operations on December 12, 2006, after Italian civil aviation authority ENAC withdrew its operating certificate but resumed operations in April 2007.
Passenger traffic through the Skopje international airport rose by 20.8% year-on-year to 49,279 travellers in October, under the latest data available.
In October, 14 airlines operated scheduled flights from the Skopje airport to 16 destinations, mainly in southeastern and western Europe. Six carriers performed charter flights to 11 destinations, mainly tourist centres in Egypt, Tunisia, Turkey and Greece in October.
($ = 0.681 euro)
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