British Airways delays Ljubljana return

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British Airways has again delayed the resumption of its seasonal summer service between London Heathrow and Ljubljana. Flights have been pushed back by another month and are now scheduled to resume on August 3, although further changes remain possible. They will run four times per week. As previously reported, the new one weekly seasonal service from Heathrow to Podgorica has been shelved while the planned new operations to Pristina, set to launch on July 4, are scheduled and going ahead as planned at this point.

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  1. Anonymous14:01

    IAG remains comitted to LJU.
    Next year IB/BA will Be strong un LJU.
    Still missing from IAG are VY and QR.

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  2. notLufthansa00:47

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOJg0z72nfQ

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