The French flag carrier Air France has returned to the Ljubljana airport on 6 March with weekly flights to Paris. Gradually the number of flights is to be gradually increased and the carrier is expected to fly between the Slovenian and French capitals five times a week during summer.
After four months, the French airline Air France is returning to Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport. Flights to and from Ljubljana have been suspended since November 6 of last year, due to the tightening of Coronavirus measures.
It will initially be possible to fly to Paris once a week, on Saturdays. According to the carrier’s forecasts, the frequency of flights would gradually increase, and in favorable conditions, in the summer season, which begins on March 28, we would switch to five flights a week.
The arrival of the plane from Paris to Ljubljana Airport will be every Saturday at 11.45, and the departure to Paris will be at 12.20. In addition to Air France, flights from Brnik are currently provided by four other scheduled carriers. Lufthansa flies to Frankfurt, Air Serbia to Belgrade, Turkish Airlines to Istanbul, and Aeroflot to Moscow.