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February 2014

New Mega Light placed at the airport "Alexander the Great"

Now we can offer our clients new advertising surfaces on the airport "Alexander the Great", specially designed and positioned for obtaining big exposure, high impact and lowest cost per thousand potential consumers.

Everyday direct flights from Skopje to Rome starting from 1st of May

"Alitalia" is the largest airline in Italy, which serves more than 98 destinations in 44 countries. Starting from 1st of May 2014, it will establish a new regular airline Rome - Skopje - Rome. It will be a direct flight from "Leonardo da Vinci" airport in Rome, to "Alexander the Great" airport in Skopje, and it will fly 7 days a week. For these flights "Alitalia" will use the Airbus 320 and Embraer 175 airplanes.

"Alexander the Great" wins ACI's Airport Service Quality award for the second year in a row

Skopje's "Alexander the Great" airport has been voted best airport in the category under 2 million passengers a year and has claimed the Airport Service Quality award for the second year in a row. The prestigious award won by Skopje Airport in 2012 and 2013 is being awarded by the ACI – Airports Council International which is the only global platform of its kind in the world. With the recognition for the quality of service, as well as the rapid growth of passenger numbers in the last two years, "Alexander the Great" has established itself as a regional leader.

Turkey's airports grow by almost 15% in 2013

Figures published by the Turkish General Directorate of State Airports Authority show that Turkey's airports processed 150.2 million passengers (including transit passengers) in 2013, up almost 15% on last year's figure of 131 million. This means that Turkey has now passed Italy to become Europe's fifth biggest passenger market after the UK, Germany, Spain and France. Based on current growth rates Turkey could even overtake France as soon as the end of this year to move into fourth place.

Istanbul Ataturk Airport climbs to fifth place on Europe's Busiest Airport hubs list

Rapid growth at Istanbul Ataturk challenged the positions of Paris, Frankfurt and Amsterdam airports, while London's Heathrow airport extended its lead as Europe's busiest hub last year.

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