Lufthansa delays select EX-YU routes from Munich

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Lufthansa does not plan to restore flights from Munich to Ljubljana, Sarajevo and Zagreb until the 2021/2022 winter season, which begins on October 31. Flights were initially scheduled to be restored at the end of this month. The German national carrier will instead maintain services to all three cities exclusively from Frankfurt this summer. Lufthansa still plans to resume operations between Munich and Belgrade on March 28, complementing its existing Frankfurt service. Furthermore, the airline will reinstate its seasonal summer flights from Munich to Dubrovnik, Pula, Rijeka and Split.

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  1. And Tivat too! 😎

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  2. Anonymous11:42

    This is getting ridiculous.

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  3. Anonymous11:51

    Good news for OU though, at least people flying between ZAG and MUC will have to use them.

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  4. Anonymous11:55

    It is interesting that Belgrade remained in their network from Munich despite the fact that it is forbidden to Serbian citizens to enter EU.

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    1. Anonymous12:00

      I guess they are counting on...

      1. diaspora in Germany
      2. diaspora in the US
      3. covid passports

      Btw if you look at MUC departures, their network has completely collapsed.

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  5. Anonymous12:08

    Lots of N. American transfers go through MUC on to Belgrade

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