Passengers disembark the inaugural service between Munich and Olsztyn-Mazury. The 855-kilometre link between the Bavarian gateway and Polish airport will be flown thrice-weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) on a mixture of the airline’s CRJ fleet.
- Adria Airways commenced service on two routes this week, starting on 17 June with an 855-kilometre connection between Munich (MUC) and Olsztyn-Mazury (SZY). Operated thrice-weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) the airport pair will be flown on a mixture of the Star Alliance member’s CRJ fleet. A second route was launched two days later on 19 June between Pristina (PRN) and London Luton (LTN). The 1,905-kilometre link will be flown twice-weekly (Thursdays and Sundays) on the carrier’s A319 fleet. Neither route will face direct competition. Luton becomes the second London airport which Adria Airways serves, as it also flies to London Gatwick from Ljubljana with a seasonal summer service. Olsztyn-Mazury becomes the fourth destination for the carrier in Poland, as it also operates to Lodz, Rzeszow and Warsaw Chopin.