Austrian Airlines again on the Ljubljana - Vienna route

On Sunday, 28 March, 2004 Austrian Airlines reconnected the capitals of Slovenia and Austria. The aircraft Dash 8 flies to Vienna every day at 8.30 a.m.
On Sunday, 28 March, Austrian Airlines again started flying from Ljubljana airport. After running a successful daily route Vienna-Ljubljana-Vienna, in autumn 2001 Austrian Airlines temporarily discontinued it and instead operated the route to Vienna jointly with the Slovene carrier Adria Airways.
The route was reintroduced due to market demand. Passengers can now choose to fly from Brnik to Vienna with either the Austrian or Slovene carrier. Austrian Airlines' aircraft Dash 8 -300 Q leaves for Vienna every day at 8.30 a.m. This route offers a wide range of connecting flights from Vienna, which Austrian Airlines uses as a home base and it's hub.