British Airways delays Ljubljana return


British Airways has delayed the resumption of its seasonal service between London Heathrow and Ljubljana by another month. The flights, which were to commence in July, have now been pushed back to August, with the first service scheduled for August 1. Currently, British Airways plans to run five weekly flights on the route until October 2 with the Airbus A320 aircraft. Slovenia has placed the United Kingdom on its dark red list, requiring all incoming passengers to quarantine upon arrival, dampening demand. Other countries on the list include Egypt, Tunisia and Ireland.


  1. Anonymous17:21

    Fun fact : the only airport in the region BA does not fly to is also the biggest .

    1. Anonymous17:38

      They don't fly to Sarajevo...

    2. Anonymous18:35

      Right, forgot Sarajevo, who knows with that massive growth Sarajevo may soon become the biggest !?


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