18 airlines to 21 destinations in the summer schedule

Zg. Brnik, 24. 3. 2023 -  On Sunday, March 26, air traffic will switch to the summer schedule. More regular flights will be available, novelties include destinations offered and increases in flight frequencies, especially to important hubs ensuring connectivity to the world. Already in April, the offer of destinations will be expanded by Finnair with flights to Helsinki, and in June, Aegean Airlines will establish flights to Athens. Charter offer will also increase, flights to many popular holiday destinations in the Mediterranean and beyond will be available.

Trajnostno poročilo 2021

The summer flight schedule is effective  from March 26 until October 28, 2023. At Ljubljana Airport the seasonality of traffic is high, the number of passengers starts climbing steeply in spring and reaches its peak in the summer months, when at least a doubled number of passengers travel through the airport compared to the winter months. The summer season will offer a wider selection of flights, by number of destinations and flight frequency.  18 regular carriers will offer more than 130 flights per week to 21 destinations  in peak summer season.

After a three-year brake,  Finnair is returning to Ljubljana Airport in April. The carrier will be connecting Slovenia and Finland four times weekly and offering convenient connecting flights to Asia through  Helsinki. The service will be operated with an Airbus A319, every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The departure from Ljubljana Airport is scheduled for 9:25, arrival to Helsinki for 13:05 local time. One-way flight tickets to Helsinki are available already from 156 euro.

In June, we will welcome a new connection of  Aegean Airlines to Athens. The carrier will be flying to the Greek capital twice weekly, every Tuesday and Friday, with an Airbus A320neo. The departure from Ljubljana Airport is scheduled for 19:00, arrival  to Athens for 21:45. One-way flight tickets are available already from 58 euro. Aegean Airlines will also be offering convenient connecting flight options through Athens Airport to the Middle East and Asia.


swiss air

On the first day of the summer schedule, March 26,  British Airways  is returning with flights to  London Heathrow  and  Transavia  with flights to  Amsterdam. Following a winter break  Transavia France  is returning flights to  Paris Orly  and  Israir Airlines  will again be flying to  Tel Aviv. Between June and September  Air Montenegro  will be offering flights to  Tivat.     
The airline  GP Aviation  has recently announced to start flying to  Priština  end of March. Flights are scheduled twice weekly, with departure from Ljubljana Airport at 14:00 and arrival to Priština at 15:30.      
Altogether  18 carriers will be offering 21 regular connections  with the following number of weekly flights:

  • Air Serbia  twice daily to  Belgrade  and twice weekly to  Niš,
  • Aegean Airlines  twice weekly to  Athens,
  • Brussels Airlines  six times weekly to  Brussels,
  • flydubai  daily to  Dubai,Finnair  four times weekly to  Helsinki,
  • Lufthansa  three times daily to  Frankfurt  and daily to  Munich,
  • Turkish Airlines  up to twice daily to  Istanbul,
  • easyJet  up to six times weekly to  London, Gatwick,
  • British Airways  six times weekly to  London Heathrow,
  • Wizz Air  three times weekly to  London, Luton,
  • Transavia  up to four times weekly to  Amsterdam,
  • Transavia  France  twice weekly to  Paris, Orly,
  • Air France  eleven times weekly to  Paris,
  • Israir/El Al/Sundor  up to five times weekly to  Tel Aviv,
  • Air Montenegro  three times weekly to  Podgorica  and four times weekly to  Tivat  (exchanging connections),
  • LOT Polish Airlines  nine times weekly to  Warsaw,
  • SWISS Airlines  nine times weekly to  Zürich  and
  • GP Aviation  twice weekly to  Priština.  

An informative flight schedule is available on the airport's website:  https://www.lju-airport.si/en/flights/timetable/.



We expect an abundant offer of charter flights in the summer season to the most popular destinations on  Greek islands, in Egypt, Turkey and Spain, to where a wider offer will be available (Vittoria, Santiago de  Compostela, Barcelona, Sevilla and Girona, Tenerife). Holiday packages with travel agencies will be available also to  Malta, Portugal (Madeira, Porto, the Azores), Iceland, Tunisia, Cape Verde islands, Jordan, the Netherlands, and Latvia.
»In the summer season passengers will have a wider offer of destinations and flights from Ljubljana Airport. Helsinki and Athens will enrich our flight network, after a winter break we are excited to welcome back flights to London Heathrow, Paris Orly, Amsterdam, Tel Aviv and Tivat. Connectivity will be improved with more frequent flights on currently available connections to important hubs - Frankfurt, Brussels, Zurich, Warsaw and Istanbul,«  said  Dr Babett Stapel, the managing director of Fraport Slovenija  right before the summer season starts.



»Charter flights will make our traffic even more lively, offering passengers to reach the most popular holiday destinations in the Mediterranean and beyond. During the Easter holidays we are expecting the first bigger bundle of charter flights - to Hurghada, Antalya, Santiago de Compostela and Vittoria. With increased traffic in summer season, Fraport Slovenija will strengthen its teams in ramp and passenger handling, to enable a pleasant and seamless passenger experience,« added Dr Stapel.


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