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New route with Norwegian from Stockholm Arlanda to Pristina

2019-02-14, kl. 13:46

The carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle is launching a new direct route between Stockholm and Pristina beginning in April. Pristina, the capital of Kosovo, will be served once a week during the summer season.

A church and a building together with flags in Pristina

The carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle is launching service on the Stockholm Arlanda-Pristina route, which will operate once a week during the summer season beginning April 2.

“We are seeing an increased demand on routes to eastern Europe, both from business and leisure travellers, and especially from Swedes with roots in Kosovo who want to visit friends and family in the region,” says Elizabeth Axtelius, director of aviation business at Swedavia. 

Pristina is the capital and largest city in Kosovo. Although it is a small city, it still has a great deal to offer visitors and is especially renowned for its wide array of restaurants.

About the new route

The Stockholm (ARN) – Pristina (PRN) route will be served once a week during the summer season, beginning April 2, 2019.