As reported by STA, Adria Airways is likely to end a second year in the red, after posting a net loss of €5.4m in 2017, with the company blaming the poor results on fuel prices. However, despite a number of cancellations in recent weeks, the carrier is still planning to operate 171 weekly flights to a total of 21 destinations this winter, as detailed in the company’s latest schedule, which runs from October28 to March 30.
The website Ex-Yu Aviation has just published a good overview of the changes to Adria Airways schedule for the winter 2018/2019 season, which starts on October 28 and ends March 31.
STA, 30 August 2018 - The Slovenia-based air carrier Adria Airways reported on Thursday an 8.6% rise in passenger numbers for the first half of the year.
STA, 13 July 2018 - Slovenia-based air carrier Adria Airways, which was acquired by the German 4K Invest in early 2016, has expanded its fleet with six new Saab 2000 planes, which puts the total number of its planes to 21, the highest ever. The six 50-seat airliners will be on lease from the US company Jetstream Aviation Capital.
Adria Airways has announced a new offer of fixed fares for students and senior citizens, thus releasing this group from the anxiety that often accompanies deciding when to book a ticket, as prices can change based on demand, cabin occupancy and other factors.