Adria cancels new service

Sofia will have to wait until it sees Adria in the sky
Slovenia’s national carrier, Adria Airways, has suspended 1 service and will suspend 2 scheduled services which were due to commence during the 2009 summer season. The reason for the unexpected service cuts is due to the global financial crisis. The planned service from Adria’s hub Ljubljana to Sofia, scheduled to commence on March 30, 2009 has been suspended. JP876/877 was to operate 3 times per week to the Bulgarian capital using the CRJ200 (flight details can be found here). The planned service from Ljubljana to Madrid, which is also commencing on March 30 will stay in Adria’s schedule.

Recently Adria ended operations from Ljubljana to Oslo while it also announced it will no longer operate its usual seasonal summer service to Birmingham. This will now leave Adria with only 1 new destination this summer. In the next month you will be able to read Adria’s summer schedule.


  1. Anonymous21:58

    Sofia was never in Amadeus system, on the other hand Birmingham still is for this summer; in fact you can buy tickets on Adria web page and via several others Internet services. Oslo was suspended last year with the information that Adria will resume flights in summer 2009, unfortunately it won’t happen.


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