Where and when to fly from Ljubljana Airport

As a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic air traffic in Europe and all over the world has been severely limited.  

Actual flight schedule mostly depends on border limitations and other restrictive measures in particular countries as well as on the recovery of travel demand. These airlines currently offer international flights with stated frequencies: 

  • Aeroflot (once weekly to Moscow),
  • Air France (two times weekly to Paris),
  • Air Serbia (three times weekly to Belgrade),
  • Lufthansa (six times weekly to Frankfurt),
  • Turkish Airlines (three times weekly to Istanbul).

The start of the summer season is still marked by reduced volume of passenger flights due to epidemic conditions, but at the peak of the season, according to current forecasts, 14 airlines will fly to 15 destinations, namely (in addition to above mentioned):

  • Transavia to Amsterdam (expected from May 20),
  • SunExpress in Antalya (expected from May 10),
  • Brussels Airlines to Brussels (expected from May 31),
  • Wizz Air to Brussels-Charleroi (expected from May 31),
  • easyJet to London at Gatwick Airport (expected from May 28) and Luton (expected from July 2),
  • British Airways to London at Heathrow Airport (expected from 21 June),
  • LOT Polish Airlines to Warsaw (expected from April 29),
  • Finnair to Helsinki (expected from June 4) and
  • Swiss International Airlines in Zurich (expected from June 3).

According to current plans and improving epidemiological conditions for the revival of holiday tourism, charter traffic will run on a larger scale in the summer than last season. Travel agencies will organize trips from Brnik to the Greek islands, to Antalya in Turkey, to Sharm-El-Sheikh and Hurghada in Egypt, and to Barcelona.

The informational seasonal schedule of flights from Ljubljana Airport, which represents current official announcements of flights from carriers, is available here.

Due to circumstances changes in announcements and flights operations are happening daily, therefore we advise passengers to seek most accurate information about possibilities of flights on airlines' websites or at point of sales where they bought their tickets.

You can find more on passenger rights here.

Preventive measures
Things have changed in aviation in last year, but the safety of our passengers remains our top priority. Several safety measures have been introduced at the airport for the safe reception of passengers and the safe work of employees, for which we have also obtained the AHA certificate (Airport Health Accreditation), issued by The International Airport Association International Airport (ACI), which confirms that we provide safe conditions for passengers and employees.
Please inform yourself about these before arriving at the airport – click here, and start your travel carefree and safe. 

We will be very happy to welcome you and enable a safe and pleasant start to your next travel!

Zg. Brnik, 12. 4. 2021