1 mln passengers mark surpassed at Macedonian airports

More than one million passengers in 2013 used the services of the Macedonian airports suggesting a 17.4% increase compared to 2012. "The one million passenger mark has been passed in Macedonia. One million 59 thousand and 588 ... More


Air Serbia to introduce 6 new flights in first half of 2014

Air Serbia will introduce new flight lines from Belgrade to Beirut, Budapest, Sofia and Varna on March 30, Air Serbia Director General Dane Kondic announced. The national airline will also introduce flights for Kiev and Warsaw ... More


Shipping and Aegean Minister Varvitsiotis presents Greek EU presidency's priorities for shipping

Shipping and Aegean Minister Miltiadis Varvitsiotis on Thursday outlined the Greek EU presidency's priorities on shipping during a presentation in Athens. Varvitsiotis stressed the importance of the sea for the European economy, ... More


280 thousand vehicles cross Danube Bridge 2 since its opening

Nearly 280 thousand vehicles have crossed the Danube Bridge 2 since its opening on June 14, 2013 until the end of last year, data of the joint Bulgarian-Romanian company Danube Bridge Vidin Calafat reads. The figures exceed the ... More


Around 300 kilometres of railway to be reconstructed by 2016

Director General of Serbian Railways Dragoljub Simonovic stated on Monday that around 300 kilometres of railway on Corridor 10 would be reconstructed by 2016. Simonovic said that the government has already set aside 15 percent ... More


Direct flights between Moscow and Sarajevo established

Russian airline Moskovia Airlines has established a new line between Moscow and Sarajevo and the first plane today was greeted at the Sarajevo International Airport and sprinkled with water cannons as a sign of welcome. On ... More


Air Serbia offers New Year's promotional prices

Serbia's flag carrier airline Air Serbia has cut the prices of its tickets as part of its New Year's promotional package for one-way trips out of Belgrade to almost any destination and for trips to Belgrade from 26 ... More


Bulgaria launches online railway tickets

Bulgaria's State Railways (BDZ) has launched its online ticket-purchase system. Online tickets for 12 of the main routes, passing through 55 stations are available, reports the daily Dnevnik. By the summer of 2014, most other ... More


EBRD invests in Turkey’s AsyaPort

The EBRD is providing a $92 million loan to Turkey’s first transshipment container terminal, AsyaPort, as the country continues its efforts to improve its infrastructure to create the conditions to sustain its strong ... More


Bulgarian toll stickers for 2014 go on sale

Drivers in Bulgaria will be able to buy their toll stickers – the so-called vignettes - for 2014 as of December 17, preferably those valid for the whole year as they are the best deal. The current cost of an annual ... More


Serbia, Bulgaria to speed up works on Corridor X

Serbia and Bulgaria will speed up the works on the road Corridor X, from Nis to Dimitrovgrad and from Sofia to the border with Serbia, Serbian Minister of Transport Aleksandar Antic said on Thursday, adding that Bulgaria ... More


Transport Policy Framework for B&H adopted for next seven years

B&H Council of Ministers, at the proposal of the B&H Ministry of Communications and Transport, established at the session a draft framework decision on the adoption of the transport policy of B&H for the period from 2013 to ... More


Gefco Romania receives AEO certification

Gefco Romania, the national subsidiary of the international transport and logistics group Gefco, has been certified as an authorised economic operator (AEO certificate/simplified customs procedures/security). Gefco said that ... More


Air Serbia launches direct flight to Tel Aviv

The national air carrier Air Serbia staged the first direct flight from Belgrade to Tel Aviv in a new Airbus A319 on Sunday. Serbian Parliament Speaker Nebojsa Stefanovic, Minister of Regional Development and Local ... More


Sofia Airport Terminal 2 Expansion put into operation

The expansion of the passenger gallery at Terminal 2 of Sofia International Airport was put into operation Tuesday. The Sofia Airport is now equipped with 3 new exits and 3 entrances, thus boosting its capacity by 200,000 more ... More


Modern Airport Terminal opens in Burgas

The second terminal at the Bulgarian airport in Sarafovo, near the Black Sea city of Burgas, was officially opened Wednesday. The concessionaire Fraport Twin Star Management AD has invested BGN 80 M in the facility and in the ... More


Croatia Airlines attracts no investors

Croatia will announce a new offer for investors to buy up to 49 percent of its loss-making state-owned Croatia Airlines after an initial call this week found no takers, the government has said. "Early next year, when we ... More


Bechtel helps Kosovo realize a dream as motorway opens year ahead of schedule

Kosovo motorway includes 15 bridges and runs 48 miles (77.4 kilometers) from Morina at the southwest border with Albania to Trude, north of the capital, Pristina. Collaboration with the Kosovo government and communities was ... More


Air Serbia launches direct flight to Banja Luka

Air Serbia, the Serbian national air carrier, organized on Sunday the first, promotional flight from Belgrade to Banja Luka in the Airbus airplane "Novak Djokovic". Velimir Radosavljevic, general manager of Belgrade's Nikola ... More


Largest airline company in Albania suspends its activities indefinitely

Albanian airline company, Belle Air, the largest in the country, after 8 years of operating in the market, has announced on Sunday evening that it suspends all international flights indefinitely. In an official statement, the ... More