Meanwhile Adria Airways has signed a letter of intent to purchase a new Airbus A319, valued at around 45 million American dollars, the company wrote in a press release yesterday. More news regarding the deal will be published on the blog in the following days.
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
New destination and new fleet
Adria Airways cabin crew, now in MadridThis April, Adria Airways began operating a new scheduled service between Ljubljana and Madrid. This new service aims to serve both business travellers and Slovenian tourists, among whom interest in visiting Spain is growing. Tourists from Spain are also expected. Adria's 86-seat Canadair Regional Jet CRJ900 aircraft will fly between Ljubljana and Madrid twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Special offer tickets are available from 162 Euros until April 20. From the inauguration until July 31, 2009 passengers on the new Ljubljana–Madrid–Ljubljana route will receive double points from the Adria Corporate Card programme. “Spain is one of the most popular destinations for Slovenian holidaymakers, while interest in Slovenia is also growing among Spanish tourists”, Tomaž Kostanjšek, Adria's director of sales and marketing said.