23 planned new EX-YU routes cancelled

NEWS FLASH


Airlines are further delaying the launch or completely cancelling new routes to cities across the former Yugoslavia, which were to commence between March and July, as a result of the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic. The latest routes to join the growing list of cancelled new services include easyJet's London Luton - Ljubljana, Kuwait Airways' Kuwait City - Sarajevo and Israir Airlines' Tel Aviv - Skopje flights. Further changes remain highly likely. The information below is correct as of May 7.

MARCH AND APRIL

RouteOriginal dateNew date
Vienna - Zadar (Austrian)MAR 29 JUN 01
Vienna - DubrovnikMAR 29MAY 24
Vienna - Zadar (Lauda)MAR 30MAY 22
Paris - DubrovnikMAR 30JUN 15
London Luton - LjubljanaMAR 30CANCELLED
Poznan - PodgoricaMAR 30MAY 25
Gdansk - ZadarMAR 31CANCELLED
Kraljevo - ThessalonikiMAR 31MAY 19
Stockholm - TivatAPR 01JUN 17
Dublin - PodgoricaAPR 02MAY 24
Vienna - Banja LukaAPR 03MAY 22
Hahn - RijekaAPR 04MAY 23
Paris Orly - PulaAPR 04JUN 06
Nantes - DubrovnikAPR 11JUN 06
Athens - SplitAPR 19JUL 08
Brussels - PulaAPR 25JUN 10
London Luton - PulaAPR 28MAY 14
Kiev - LjubljanaAPR 30JUN 04

MAY

RouteOriginal dateNew date
Zagreb - SofiaMAY 01 CANCELLED
Wroclaw - ZadarMAY 01CANCELLED
Frankfurt - TivatMAY 01MAY 29
Paris - PodgoricaMAY 01JUN 05
Vilnius - DubrovnikMAY 02CANCELLED
Zadar - RigaMAY 03CANCELLED
Zadar - CorkMAY 03CANCELLED
Zagreb - PodgoricaMAY 03CANCELLED
Beuvais - ZadarMAY 06CANCELLED
Zadar - KaunasMAY 06CANCELLED
Zadar - BremenMAY 07CANCELLED
Vilnius - RijekaMAY 07CANCELLED
Zadar - LiverpoolMAY 10CANCELLED
Zadar - MaastrichtMAY 11CANCELLED
Zadar - AarhusMAY 15CANCELLED
Zadar - HamburgMAY 15CANCELLED
Zadar - ToulouseMAY 16CANCELLED
Doha - DubrovnikMAY 18CANCELLED
Manchester - TivatMAY 21JUN 18
London Stansted - TivatMAY 21JUN 18
Stuttgart - BelgradeMAY 21JUN 02
Izmir - SkopjeMAY 23CANCELLED
Tel Aviv - LjubljanaMAY 23JUN 02
London Stansted - ZadarMAY 24JUN 17
Manchester - ZadarMAY 24JUN 17
Qassim - SarajevoMAY 25JUN 03
Monastir - ZagrebMAY 27JUN 24
Budapest - BelgradeMAY 27JUN 01
Rzeszow - ZadarMAY 28JUN 06
Malmo - SplitMAY 30CANCELLED

JUNE AND JULY

RouteOriginal dateNew date
Kiev - ZagrebJUN 02 JUL 21
Belgrade - Amman JUN 01JUN 04
Belgrade - ChisinauJUN 01JUN 07
Belgrade - LvivJUN 01JUN 05
Belgrade - Rostov-on-DonJUN 02JUN 05
Brussels - OhridJUN 06JUN 13
Kuwait City - SarajevoJUN 11CANCELLED
Tel Aviv - SkopjeJUN 11CANCELLED
Podgorica - LisbonJUN 22JUL 06
Vienna - PodgoricaJUL 03JUL 20
London Heathrow - PodgoricaJUL 04CANCELLED

Comments

  1. Anonymous10:52

    The list keeps growing :(

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  2. Anonymous11:02

    Izmir is a huge blow for SKP. This route has more potential than any German village. What a pity.

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  3. Anonymous11:31

    Such a shame that North Macedonia is losing so many flights this summer, including Doha.

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  4. Anonymous11:31

    The Adriatic coast will have a brutal summer.

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  5. Anonymous11:43

    Quick Question. Will there be Luton to Ljubljana in the 2020/2021 winter season, as I have already booked tickets for that flight in February.

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    1. Anonymous11:47

      It doesn't look like it unfortunately. LTN-LJU has been completely removed. They will most probably just move you onto the Gatwick flight.

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    2. Anonymous11:47

      you booked a year in advance? wow

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    3. Anonymous01:52

      Me too. I have my every month flites from UK to SLO pre-reserved all the way till march 2021.

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  6. Anonymous12:36

    How will this affect hotels on the coast?

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  7. Anonymous15:06

    I wonder if JU will schedule BEG-Oslo flights anytime soon, seeing as how Norwegian announced earlier this week that they won't operate any inter-European flights until 2021...

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  8. Anonymous16:30

    Dublin - Podgorica with Ryanair is now only showing for 31st May... but likely to be delayed even further given that YM has postponed until at least 1st June.

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  9. Anonymous18:45

    LOT is moving BUD-BEG from May 27 to Jun 1. That's only 5 days, what's the point?

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    1. Anonymous18:47

      Because the airline is grounded until June 1st so they automatically move it to the first date after that. Of course those flights won't launch on June 1st either.

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  10. Zadar hit hardest.

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  11. Does anyone have any idea what will happen to Cyprus flights? I have one booked of 02 june and there is absolutely no mention of BEG-LCA or any other airport to LCA for that matter... Wizz hasnt cancelled the flight ofc

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    1. Anonymous15:01

      The suspension of regular, incoming commercial flights has been extended until at least May 28 for Cyprus. So for now flights may happen on 2nd of June.

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