Adria delays Maribor flight decision

Monday, August 24, 2015

Adria Airways has delayed a decision on whether to continue operating flights from Maribor Edvard Rusjan Airport to London Southend during the 2015/16 winter season. A decision to extend the seasonal service, launched this summer, was to be made last Friday. In a statement, Adria said, “The decision for the upcoming winter depends on local communities and the creation of a joint fund for these flights”. The fund would subsidise the service and its creation is expected this week. Currently, the majority of passengers using Adria’s service between Maribor and London are Slovenians, with British travellers making up only 4% of passengers. The Slovenian carrier resumed scheduled operations from Maribor in June, following a fifteen year hiatus. Flights to London are scheduled to run until late September.


  1. Anonymous20:06

    If they decide to fly they are going to stationate obe A319 aircraft in Maribor during winter. We hope this will materalize.


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