Ljubljana Airport now with a direct flight connection to Copenhagen

The airline Norwegian today established new flights from Ljubljana Airport. Slovenia will be connected twice a week to Copenhagen, and through the hub Norwegian will offer convenient onward flights to other Nordic countries.

Norwegian has established a new route between Copenhagen and Ljubljana Airport. Today, the first flight of the carrier was welcomed with a water salute. Flights will be available twice a week, initially on Mondays and Fridays, and during the peak summer season on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The carrier will operate them with a 189-seat Boeing 737-800 aircraft. According to the flight schedule, departure from Ljubljana Airport is scheduled for 8:45 am, with arrival in Copenhagen at 10:40 am.

“We are excited to welcome Norwegian's new flights to Copenhagen, as these were high on our wish list for both us and our passengers. Just in time, right before the start of the high season, the Ljubljana Airport network is expanded with this popular tourist destination. Additionally, Copenhagen Airport offers convenient flights onward, especially to other Nordic countries and North America. This will also facilitate an inbound flow of tourists, as the hub is used as a gateway to Europe not only by Danes but also by many Swedes and Norwegians. We are thankful for Norwegian’s decision to enter the Slovenian market and to the Ministry of Infrastructure for contributing subsidies to the carrier to help make this route happen,”  said  dr. Babett Stapel, Managing Director of Fraport Slovenija, upon the introduction of the new flights.



Norwegian is among the top in Europe when it comes to punctuality and has been named one of the most punctual airlines in Europe in 2023. Norwegian is well positioned in the market with an attractive route offering, a modern fleet, and a high level of trust among travellers.



In the summer schedule 22 airlines will be providing 25 flight connections from Ljubljana Airport, including to major European and global hubs, ensuring connectivity with the world. Apart from the today established flights to Copenhagen, latest additions to the network are also flights to Luxembourg and Riga. All three mentioned being introduced also with the help of subsidies allocated by the state to improve air connectivity of Slovenia. In late July, a new connection to Madrid will join the series. The rich offer of direct flight connections from Ljubljana Airport will be complemented by charter flights to 57 holiday destinations.




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