Summer changes for Adria and B&H Airlines
The 2013 summer season begins on March 31. Airlines will see a busy start to the summer schedule as it falls on Easter Sunday according to the Gregorian calendar when passenger numbers generally surge. Both Adria Airways and B&H Airlines will make notable changes to their timetables.
The Slovenian national carrier will introduce daily flights to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and launch two weekly flights to Tel Aviv from June 3. Adria will also boost its offer to the Albanian capital Tirana by operating ten weekly flights compared to last year’s ten. In addition, it will resume seasonal flights to Manchester and Split. On the other hand, one of the three daily flights operating to Vienna will be discontinued, leaving the airline with two daily services instead. Adria will also reduce one flight per week to Amsterdam, Priština and Skopje. The airline won’t be resuming seasonal flights to London Luton though it plans to operate charter flights to the British capital. As is the case each year, Adria will operate numerous charters during the high season.
This summer, B&H Airlines will boost frequencies across its network and introduce services to Skopje four times per week. The carrier’s signature route to Istanbul, now facing significant competition, will be maintained with daily flights. Services to Copenhagen are planned to operate three times per week while flights to Zurich will run five times per week, with four weekly flights making a brief stopover in Banja Luka. The airline anticipates leasing a jet engine aircraft in May, either a Fokker 100 or an Airbus jet. Its arrival could signal changes to the carrier’s timetable.
By clicking on the links below, you can review the 2013 summer season changes in more detail. Note that the tables display the peak weekly frequencies for each destination during the summer. Next Saturday the 2013 summer season changes for Croatia Airlines will be published.