Adria Airways has made some late amendments to its summer schedule which will see the Slovenian carrier boost operations to Podgorica, Sarajevo, Skopje and Pristina. The airline will introduce an additional four weekly flights between Ljubljana and Podgorica, for a total of seven weekly services. An extra three rotations will commence on May 1, while a further weekly flight will be added on June 26. The carrier initially planned to operate just three weekly services. Montenegro Airlines, which maintains the same route three times per week, will continue to codeshare on Adria's flights. Furthermore, the Slovenian airline has added another weekly flight between Ljubljana and Sarajevo for a total of seven. At first, it planned to operate six services per week between the two capitals, up from last summer's four. An aditional weekly flight will be added from Ljubljana to Skopje and Pristina as well, for a total of thirtern and fourteen weekly services respectively.