Air passengers' rights and steps with flight ticket changes due to the coronavirus epidemic
For the purpose of containing the spread of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 the Government of the Republic of Slovenia has banned passenger air traffic in Slovenia. Regular air traffic operations in European Union from/to Ljubljana Airport will be temporarily suspended, from 17. 3. 2020 from 00:00 to 30. 3. 2020 to 24:00. International passenger air traffic from/to countries outside EU, is banned from 17. 3. from 00:00 until further notice. Read more here.
Due to necessary measures to contain the spread of coronavirus countries all over the world have been implementing, numerous passengers have been left without their flights or have been forced to find alternatives for their travels. Because of extraordinary circumstances many passengers can also face doubts about their travel plans. On European Commission's website they can find Q&A's for air passengers – click for the document here. If you have reserved your travel as a package information about your rights are available here.
More on air passenger rights in general can be found on the website of European Consumer Center Slovenia.
Zg. Brnik, 18. 3. 2020