Important notice: Passenger air traffic temporarily suspended until 13 April
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. The ordinance temporarily bans passenger air traffic from all countries to Slovenia (also from the EU states), until 13 April, 2020. We will keep you updated on the developments.
The ban doesn’t apply to cargo traffic, special air transports without passengers and specific government flights.
Other possible exceptions will be carried out upon permission of the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
We inform passengers that all passenger flights in the above-mentioned period are cancelled. We recommend all passengers, who were planning to travel through Ljubljana Airport in the next days, to turn to their operating airlines or point of ticket purchase for more information. More information on air passenger's rights are available here.
We are sorry for any inconvenience. The temporary ban on passenger air traffic is a necessary measure in an effort to contain and manage the COVID-19 epidemic in Slovenia.
We are looking forward to greeting you again at Ljubljana Airport, when again possible!
Zg. Brnik, 29. 3. 2020