No delays in air traffic are expected during the OSCE meeting in Skopje

Skopje International Airport (Photo: TAV)

Air traffic at Skopje International Airport on November 29th, November 30th and December 1st, during the 30th OSCE Ministerial Council in Skopje, will run regularly, TAV Macedonia informs MIA. And from Macedonian Navigation M-NAV, the national provider of air navigation services, they do not expect any delays on regular airlines or those additionally announced for the OSCE ministerial meeting.

TAV appeals to passengers to follow the directions and notices of the Ministry of Interior regarding the traffic regime around the city in order to arrive at the airport on time.

"TAV Macedonia reports that the air traffic at Skopje International Airport in the next few days - November 29, November 30 and December 1, during the holding of the 30th OSCE Ministerial Council in Skopje, will take place regularly, but at the same time appeals to passengers to follow the directions and notices of the Ministry of Internal Affairs regarding the traffic regime in the city of Skopje, in order to be able to arrive at their flights, i.e. at the airport on time," said TAV Macedonia.

M-NAV, on the other hand, in a statement to MIA, points out that, according to the published capacities and the available human potential, they do not expect any delays on regular airlines or additionally announced flights related to the OSCE ministerial meeting.

"All aircraft will be serviced in an efficient and safe manner according to the needs", the M-NAV points out.

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