Cash-strapped Slovenian carrier Adria Airways has ceased the majority of flights for two days, with effect from 2330 local time on Sept. 23, because of liquidity problems. In a statement issued Sept. 23, Adria said it will halt operations from its bases in Ljubljana (Slovenia), Pristina (Kosovo) and Tirana (Albania) for two days on Sept. 24 and 25. “During these two days, the company will maintain a connection to its most important hub in Frankfurt. The airline will operate on ...

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