The Slovenia Times

Transavia link to Amsterdam being restored


More routes are expected to be revived in the coming weeks, but it is not yet clear when the links with Munich and Zurich will be back. The airport's operator Fraport Slovenija said this would depend on demand and the epidemiological situation.

Regular passenger traffic returned to Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport at the end of May with the landing of an Air Serbia plane after a ban of two months and half due to Covid-19.

Montenegro Airlines, which flies the Podgorica route, followed last week, while flights have also been restored by Lufthansa, which is operating the Ljubljana-Frankfurt route, by Wizzair for the Ljubljana-Brussels service, and Air France, which said it would resume flights between Ljubljana and Paris next Wednesday.

The airport's operator Fraport Slovenija announced that Brussels Airlines will return on 29 June, while July is expected to see the return of Easyjet with flights to London and Berlin, Lot with flights to Warsaw, Turkish Airlines with flights to Istanbul and Ukraine's Windrose with flights to Kiev.

Moreover, in August Aeroflot is expected to restore its Moscow route, British Airways its London link and Arkia and Istrair flights to Tel Aviv.

Charter flights are also already scheduled to Dubrovnik and several Greek islands, while August is expected to moreover bring charter flights to Analya in Turkey and Hurgada in Egypt.


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