British Airways reduces Zagreb service

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British Airways is reducing its operations between London Heathrow and Zagreb as airlines scramble to cut capacity and operations as a result of the coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak. As of next week, British will maintain six weekly flights between the two capital cities, down from eight last year, while operations will be further cut starting March 22 to four flights per week. The reduced schedule will be in force until the start of the 2020 summer season on March 29, however, it is likely to be extended at this point.

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  1. Anonymous13:36

    Ok this is not too bad!

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    1. Anonymous14:11

      True, but there will be more cancellations in the region!

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  2. 20% of Croatias economy relies on tourism, I dont want to stoke fears but it will be damn hard year!
    Brace yourself

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    1. Anonymous15:46

      Literally every industry is hit, it's going to be like the world levelled down 50 places in one year. It's crazy

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    2. Yeah, you are right, other industries like automotive are also heavily hit. Horrible times..

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    3. Anonymous18:53

      Every country will be hit hard !! Covid-19 will usher in 2020 recession with a big gang. Here's Johnny!!! Croatia should close all its borders right now, shut airports and make sure there's a comprehensive coronovirus strategy in place.

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    4. Anonymous22:47

      Don't know if it's true but so far ZAG numbers fell by 18% in march

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  3. 18% and we are only halfway through the month. Will be worse than that for sure!

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    1. Anonymous08:17

      Especially now when Trump banned most flights from the EU, that means many from/to ZAG will cancel their plans. For example OS has suspended all US flights except ORD. LX and LH only kept EWR and ORD. I can only imagine how bad bookings must be at the moment.

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