Low-cost carrier Ryanair has pushed back the resumption of its flights to Constantine the Great Airport in Niš until March 2021 after the airline announced it would cut the number of flights in winter from the initially planned 60% to 40% due to increased flight restrictions and weaker bookings.
Furthermore, the budget carrier has decided to terminate operations between Bratislava and Niš. The low-cost airline now plans to restore services from Bergamo to the south-east Serbian city on March 2, followed by Malta on March 5, while flights from Berlin will be re-established on March 28.
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In addition to delaying its return to Niš airport, Ryanair will also push back the resumption of most of its flights to Banja Luka. The airline will delay the launch of new flights from Vienna to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s second-largest city until March 28, while the new flight from Bergamo has been terminated.
The resumption of its flights from Charleroi, planned for next weekend, will not go ahead, however, the service is yet to be rescheduled, EX-YU Aviation News reports.
The carrier will launch its new route from Gothenburg to Banja Luka on October 25, as initially planned.
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