Direct to 19 destinations from Ljubljana in the winter timetable

Zgornji Brnik, 24 October 2014 – The 2014/15 winter timetable enters into force next Sunday. Until 28 March 2015 passengers will be able to choose from among 150 scheduled flights a week direct to 19 European destinations. In spring 2015 Swiss launches a daily service to Zurich from Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport, while Adria Airways is promising to launch services to Stockholm and Berlin. Turkish Airlines will increase the frequency of its flights to Istanbul from seven to ten times a week. 

In the 2014/15 winter timetable Ljubljana will serve more destinations than last winter. The domestic airline will retain its two new services from the summer timetable, flying to Prague and Warsaw three times a week. Adria Airways will fly to 16 other European cities from Ljubljana this winter, Frankfurt and Munich remaining its most frequent services.
Foreign scheduled airlines are retaining the same destinations this winter. Passengers can travel from Ljubljana to Belgrade with Air Serbia and to Istanbul with Turkish Airlines every day of the week, and to Paris with Air France six times a week. The low-cost airlines easyJet and Wizz Air are maintaining the same number of flights to London. The latter is also retaining its flights to Brussels Charleroi at the same frequency. Montenegro Airlines will be flying to Podgorica five times a week from Ljubljana during the winter season.

This winter seven scheduled airlines are offering passengers more than 150 scheduled flights each week from Slovenia’s main airport direct to 19 different destinations. The number of charter flights will be comparable to last winter. The most common winter charter destination remains Egypt, which is served by Adria Airways in conjunction with tour operators. 

Fly all over the world from Ljubljana at competitive prices

Slovenia’s main airport is attracting growing numbers of passengers by competing successfully with other airports in the region. Passengers can also fly from Ljubljana at competitive prices to long haul-destinations via major European hubs, primarily with foreign airlines (Turkish Airlines, Air Serbia and Air France), who have special offers each month. Passengers can check for details of the offers at http://www.lju-airport.si/en/press/4992. By way of example, a flight from Ljubljana to Shanghai will cost EUR 554, Singapore will cost EUR 567, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo EUR 689, and Tel Aviv EUR 334.

Swiss announces a daily service to Zurich from spring 2015

Passenger traffic at Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport was up 1.7% during the first three quarters of 2014. Airlines’ forecasts of an expansion in their network of flights from Ljubljana give encouragement that the trend of rising passenger numbers will continue. Swiss recently announced that it would begin daily services to Zurich in spring 2015. Adria Airways is also promising new services from Ljubljana, to Stockholm and Berlin. Turkish Airlines will increase the frequency of its flights to Istanbul from seven to ten times a week. In its endeavours to launch new routes and attract new airlines, Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport sees most potential in the north German market.