Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings will significantly reduce capacity on flights to Mostar for the 2020 summer season.
Exyuaviation.com reported that services between Stuttgart and Mostar, which have been operated by the 144-seat Airbus A319 aircraft thus far, will now be maintained with the seventy-seat Dash 8 Q400 equipment.
At the same time, flights from Dusseldorf to Mostar have been reduced from two to one per week on board the A319. The service has been scheduled to be completely suspended at the end of August.
According to exyuaviation.com, Eurowings will discontinue flights from several cities to the former Yugoslavia for the upcoming summer season.
The low-cost carrier will terminate operations from Stuttgart to Ohrid and Tivat, from Berlin to Zagreb and Pula, from Dusseldorf to Zagreb and Ohrid, from Cologne to Osijek, from Hanover to Rijeka, and from Salzburg to Split.
For the 2020 summer season, Eurowings has scheduled a single new route to the former Yugoslavia, with the airline to launch flights from Stuttgart to Belgrade on May 21.