Adria incident causes delays

An incident at Ljubljana’s Jože Pučnik airport on an Adria Airways jet has caused major delays to the airline’s schedule due to the fact that the aircraft has been taken out of service. On Wednesday an incident occurred when a parked Adria jet, which had just arrived from Munich, was hit by a baggage delivery trolley. Even though the trolley had its security breaks in use a strong wind pushed the trolley over which hit the side of the Adria plane. The plane was expected to fly again to Munich that evening however was taken out of service and has been causing the cancelation of certain flights as the Slovenian national carrier is now operating with only 9 aircraft. Nobody has been blamed for the incident as security breaks were in use and the cause of the incident was blamed on the wind. Therefore an insurance company will provide the finances to fix the inflicted damage as soon as possible so the plane can return to regular service.

Many flights today were extremely late. For example flights to Skopje and Tirana departed an hour after schedule. Slovenia has recently experienced extremely bad weather with even a tornado forming 2 weeks ago destroying villages in the process.