Lufthansa resuming three EX-YU routes in June


Lufthansa will resume flights to just three cities in Croatia and Slovenia from June 15, when it plans to significantly expand its operations to include additional destinations from its hub in Frankfurt. The German carrier will restore six weekly services to Ljubljana starting June 15, and a one weekly flight to Dubrovnik and Pula from June 20. At this point, services to Belgrade, Sarajevo, Tivat, Zagreb and Zadar are not planned for next month. Furthermore, Lufthansa will not be restoring its operations from Munich to any point in the former Yugoslavia during the month of June. Instead, the German airline will focus on summer tourist destinations.

Starting June 15, Lufthansa will be resuming around twenty German and European destinations from Frankfurt and as many as 34 from Munich, thus supplementing the airline's flight schedule, which has been growing steadily for a few weeks. Lufthansa's flight schedule will grow from some 500 to almost 900 weekly connections at its Frankfurt and Munich hubs during the course of June. The carrier said it is responding to the growing interest of customers as travel restrictions and entry rules in various countries have gradually been relaxed. This includes the German government's planned lifting of travel advisories and restrictions for 31 European countries from mid-June. Among those are European Union member states, as well as the United Kingdom, Norway, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

Lufthansa ranks among the busiest carriers in all the markets it serves in the former Yugoslavia and its absence will significantly reduce connectivity. However, other Lufthansa Group member carriers will be resuming operations to various cities in the region over the coming month. These include Austrian restarting services to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia, Swiss returning to the Serbian market, Brussels Airlines to Croatia and Slovenia and Eurowings recommencing flights to Bosnia and Croatia. As a result, the Group will be offering over 2.000 weekly frequencies and connections to more than 130 destinations worldwide.

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  1. Anonymous09:03

    :(

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  2. Anonymous09:03

    Perfect opportunity for JU to further boost FRA now that they finally got the slots they wanted.

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    1. Anonymous09:06

      I noticed that as well, morning flights at 07.15 are in the system.

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    2. Anonymous09:06

      Which are these slots?

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    3. Anonymous09:09

      Morning departure at 07.15. in the past they could barely get those which is why flights uses to go in the afternoon. Vienna is also fixed. JU proffited From Corona :D

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    4. Anonymous09:21

      I see that in June they still have evening flights to FRA.

      And in the past they had morning slots 3 times per week during the winter

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    5. Anonymous09:25

      Actually we (BEG) received new times so I guess they still didn't load them. In summer they will have morning flights which was never the case.

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    6. Anonymous09:31

      Where is all this demand for FRA coming from?

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    7. Anonymous09:34

      Thank you.

      Could you please advise if there will be Air Serbia's morning slots only during the summer to FRA or there will be a mix between morning and evening slots as it was the case during previous winters?

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    8. Anonymous09:35

      From entire Germany

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    9. Anonymous09:40

      Anon 9:25 JU (JAT) used to fly every morning to FRA in the 80-90's with a return to Beg at around 15:00.

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    10. Anonymous09:51

      But that was a W pattern then because how else would they need so long to come back?

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    11. Anonymous09:56

      I know that after year 2000 Jat Airways was flying as following

      JU350 BEG-FRA 12:00-14:00
      JU351 FRA-BEG 14:50-16:40

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    12. Anonymous10:41

      Air Serbia flew like that the first winter season and then in summer 2014 switched to the 17.30 departure. They have been trying to get their hands on the morning slot during summer but that was mission impossible not only for them but for many airlines. Actually one of the requirements for state aid is that LH gives up some of its slots at MUC and FRA. Hopefully JU gets those morning slots because it will considerably improve their connectivity.

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  3. Anonymous09:04

    Really bad news for westbound travel from ex-Yu.

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    1. Anonymous09:05

      Depends where you live. Seems like for BEG they are sending LX and OS which have more local demand.

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    2. Anonymous09:06

      Most affected is Sarajevo in my opinion.

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    3. Anonymous09:09

      So and so. Austrian is resuming Sarajevo.

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    4. Anonymous09:09

      Why?

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  4. Anonymous09:04

    I can not believe the situation is so bad that they do not plan to start Belgrade until at least July.

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    1. Anonymous09:09

      At least JU (P2P), OS and LX (transfers) are there

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  5. Anonymous09:05

    Makes sense considering they will only lift travel advisories for EU countries.

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  6. Anonymous09:09

    What they did was to make sure that every market they fly to in ex-Yu is covered by at least one airline.

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    1. Anonymous09:09

      * one airline from their group I mean.

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    2. Anonymous09:10

      Except for Montenegro...

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    3. Anonymous09:17

      It's a good strategy, probably others will follow in July, SN starts LJU on 29 Jun.

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  7. Anonymous09:10

    What a mess.

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  8. Anonymous09:11

    Do you remember this comment under AF flights to LJU in June: "If you think they will be resuming daily flights to Ljubljana on 15th of June you are dreaming." Well, it's not daily but still better than all the other ex-YU destinations.

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  9. Anonymous11:24

    This shows how important LJU to LH is. They Will strongly position their selves in Slovenia and might become the largest carrier.

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  10. Hi , what about Bahrain ? Riyadh?

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  11. Whatever we on balkan get during summer months is win. When corona started we did not expect any flight till fall...

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  12. I am very excited to know that the flights have resumed now, now I will be completing the list I made of things to do in Germany when I planned my travel in February but could not travel, now I will complete all my desires.

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