Adria Airways launched flights between Ljubljana and Bucharest on 27 March, with the route being officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the latter airport. Conducting the honour by carrying out the ribbon cutting was Christian Schneider, CCO of Adria Airways (left). The route will be flown four times weekly.
- Adria Airways added two more spokes to its Ljubljana (LJU) network this week, following on from the launch of flights to Geneva and Sofia last week. On 27 March the carrier commenced services to Bucharest (OTP), marking the first route between the European nations of Slovenia and Romania. The airline will operate the 935-kilometre capital connection four times weekly. The second route to be inaugurated was a 882-kilometre sector to Hamburg (HAM). Like Bucharest, services to Hamburg will also be flown four times weekly. Neither route faces direct competition and both are scheduled to be flown on the carrier’s fleet of CRJ 700s.