60% of Slovenia’s international capacity evaporates with Adria Airways collapse

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60% of Slovenia’s international capacity evaporates with Adria Airways collapse

The bankruptcy of Adria Airways, which accounted for 59.7% of international seat capacity to Slovenia, on 30th September, has resulted in the loss of direct flight connections with two dozen countries, including Czech Republic, Spain and Switzerland, all important origin markets for the country.

Other key source markets such as Austria, Germany and France will also be impacted, as Adria Airways accounted for 99.6%, 87.3% and 50.8% of seat capacity on flights from these countries.

The full list of countries, which had direct connections to Slovenia in the past 12 months and have now lost them, comprises: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Latvia, Macedonia, Norway, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Ukraine. However, the impact is less dramatic than the list suggests, because some of the routes, such as those from Estonia, Georgia and Greece are seasonal, and others, from Cyprus, Hungary, Italy, Jordan, Latvia, Romania and Ukraine are irregular.

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