Wizz Air is in the process of suspending up to fifty routes to and from the former Yugoslavia, with every city it serves in the region affected. Skopje is seeing the largest number of cancellations, followed by Tuzla, Ohrid, Podgorica, Belgrade, Niš, Pristina, Ljubljana, Split and Sarajevo. During November, the carrier will no longer serve Podgorica as all six of its routes from the Montenegrin capital will be suspended, however, some are scheduled to resume in December. The carrier has again delayed the launch of its new flights from Milan to Pristina, which are now set to commence on December 19. The budget airline has also suspended its service between Dortmund and Split, which was launched this summer and was envisaged to run throughout the winter season, Ex-Yu Aviation portal reports.
Several routes still in operation, such as Memmingen – Podgorica, Vienna – Ohrid and Stockholm Skavsta – Skopje, will be suspended in two weeks’ time for the winter season. The carrier plans to restore some of its routes in November and December, although this is likely to change. The majority of the flights are not due to recommence until the 2021 summer season in late March. The carrier is in the process of resuming some routes that were temporarily cancelled over the summer, including Skopje – Turku and Belgrade – Larnaca, while Skopje – Nuremberg, Skopje – Copenhagen and Belgrade – Baden Baden will restart at the end of the month.