Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Adria suspends Rzeszow operations

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Adria Airways has discontinued services from the Polish city of Rzeszow to Paris as of today, just five months following the route's launch. It comes after the Slovenian carrier previously ended its flights from Olsztyn, in north-eastern Poland, to Munich in late October. Two weekly services from Rzeszow to the French capital were launched this June. Adria will continue to maintain services from Poland out of Lodz, with flights to Amsterdam, Munich and Paris. Furthermore, it runs services between Ljubljana and Warsaw.

5 comments:

  1. Unofficially, Adria is closing LCJ in 2017.

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  2. They should try flying from Nis to Zuerich. Ahahaha

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  3. Alen Šćuric PurgerNovember 15, 2016 at 12:00 PM

    Bogami Adria je opako počela juriti dolje

    - prekinuta je suradnja sa Nordicom (ozbiljan novac je dolazio sa te strane)
    - ukinuti su letovi iz Olsztyna i Rzeszowas (vjerojatno su i ovi prestali financirati letove)
    - a i iz preostale tri baze su srezali količinu letova, pa se leti iz Lodza (18 letova na 3 destinacije), Prištine (16 letova tjedno na 3 destinacije, od čega 6 za LJU) i Tirane (13 letova na 3 destinacije, od čega 7 letova za LJU)
    - ukinuli su nove linije prije nego su ih i krenuli letjeti
    - ugovor sa Air Serbijom je bio samo sezonski

    Što će reči, Adria ima porpilično viška kapaciteta ove zime, a imat će i idućeg ljeta, te će se morati potruditi zaposliti te avione.

    Trenutno lete 25 letova dnevno za što im je dovoljno 8 aviona.

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    1. kolega da samo dodam da je aerodrom Ljubljana sablasno prazan ovih dana i ako to stavimo u kontekst najveceg kontributora JP jasno je da situacija nije ruzicasta. slicno je i u OU pa je mozda vreme da LH pokupi srebrninu za O eura ulaganja, naravno kada rese strajk pilota.

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