Air France to restore Ljubljana, Belgrade flights

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Air France has announced the resumption of flights from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to both Ljubljana and Belgrade this month. Services to the Slovenian capital will commence this Saturday, initially operating once per week. Flights will be gradually increased to five weekly during the summer with the Embraer E170 aircraft. On the other hand, services to Belgrade will be restored on March 28, with three weekly rotations on the E190 jet, increasing to daily at the end of May with a mix of Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft.

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  1. Anonymous13:31

    I guess covid passports will be a thing which is great for Serbia since today we passed the 500.000 revaccinated people.

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  2. Anonymous13:50

    Spiffing news!!

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  3. Anonymous14:01

    Finally some announcements for LJU!

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    1. Anonymous14:14

      Things are finally looking up!

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    2. Anonymous14:52

      Well, it's just a matter of weeks when LJU will be quite busier.

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    3. Anonymous15:32

      Aeroflot is back and there was an article somewhere in the media about new airline called SouthEast Airlines ...

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    4. Anonymous15:39

      It's back with a single weekly flight. Meanwhile Lufthansa announced today no Munich until winter.
      https://www.exyuaviation.com/2021/03/lufthansa-delays-select-ex-yu-routes.html

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    5. Anonymous15:39

      Its new airline from Slovenia, similar to ETF probably in Croatia.

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    6. Anonymous16:37

      Anon 15:39 The article was about MUC flights, however LH put in the reservation system third LJU-FRA flight from June 1. Basically they are switching most hub/transfer passengers from MUC to FRA. Single weekly AF flight form March 6 will become double from March 25 and AF will slowly add frequencys. It's always better to put information in the context and not single out just one that is in line with particular opinion.

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  4. Anonymous16:52

    Air France-KLM now will challenge Star Alliance dominance in Belgrade .
    The weakest link will be Austrian .

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  5. Anonymous18:24

    Are they flying to Zagreb?

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    1. Anonymous20:34

      Both AF and KLM are flying to Zagreb, the latter even daily ...

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    2. Anonymous20:51

      KLM was five weekly last winter and was further cut now even the curfew was introduced.

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