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Before traveling, make sure you have valid travel documents with you. Children are also required to have their own identity document. Do you have all necessary visas? Travel documents should be put in carry-on baggage and kept with you throughout the journey. Airport staff is authorised to check the adequacy and validity of the documents and to verify your identity at check-in and embarcation. The data in your passport should match the data on the ticket. The ticket is not transferable. Without valid documents you will be refused to travel.

Inadequate documents and failure to meet the entry or exit requirements may have unpleasant consequences (fines, refused entry into the country). Detailed information on required documents for entry to a country can be found by your carrier. Each passenger is responsible for meeting the entry or transit requirements for a specific country .

Valid travel documents are:

  • Ticket,
  • Valid ID or passport,
  • Visa and vactination confirmation (if required),
  • Boarding pass, if already checked-in via WEB.

For EU citizens who travel within the Schengen area an identity card is sufficient, for NON-EU citizens the passport is required. A driving license is not considered a valid document for travel.

If traveling to the USA the ESTA (Electronic System for travel Authorization) is required and can be found at:



You may purchase airline tickets directly from the air carrier or through agencies that are authorized to sell airline tickets. The ticket is not transferable.

The price of an airline ticket comprises of the price of carriage, airport taxes and other charges. The price of passenger fees can differ from airport to airport. On purchasing an airline ticket, each passenger departing Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport pays the passenger service charge of EUR 17 (ticket code: SI), which includes the use of the passenger terminal, equipment and infrastructure. The airport also charges EUR 4.66 for security checks and general safety (code JJ).

In addition to these two charges, on purchasing a ticket passengers may also be required to pay other charges, depending on the country or airport to which they are travelling and on the air carrier they are flying with. Typical additional charges covered by the airline ticket price include additional insurance and a fuel surcharge (YQ), which are paid to the air carrier, and service costs for issuing airline tickets (RSF), which are collected by the agency or air carrier that issues the ticket.