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New route to link Denmark to Kosovo

Germania and Air Prishtina announce the launch of Pristina-Copenhagen.

At the end of March, independent and privately owned German airline Germania will open a new route between Copenhagen and Pristina.

The airline’s green-and-white aircraft will fly between the two European capitals every Friday, on a route operated in close cooperation with Germania’s long-time partner for flights to and from Kosovo, Air Prishtina.

“We have been cooperating with Germania since 2012 and started with routes from Pristina to destinations like Dusseldorf, Munich and Basel-Mulhouse,” explains Air Prishtina CEO Leyla Ibrahimi.

“Our new connection between Pristina and Copenhagen further underlines our efforts to set up a route network that is geared to the needs of our customers.”

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For its part, Germania says that “in addition to affordable tickets, high quality standards and good reliability”, it also offers “an enjoyable flight experience” with “comfortable seats and innovative ambient lighting”.

Claus Altenburg, Germania’s director of sales: “Our talks with Air Prishtina and Copenhagen Airport about opening a route to Pristina have been going on for some time now. We agreed that this spring would be the perfect time to launch it.”

Germania also recently announced flights between the Kosovan capital and Paris, which will also start in March.

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