The summer timetable will come into effect at Jože Pučnik Airport (Ljubljana Airport) on Sunday, 26th March 2023. At the peak of the season, 18 scheduled airlines will offer more than 130 flights per week to 21 destinations.
Check where you can fly from Ljubljana in summer 2023
“During the summer season, more destinations and a greater number of flights will be available to passengers. The network will be enriched with connections to Helsinki and Athens, and after a break in the winter season, we are also looking forward to the return of flights to London Heathrow, Paris Orly, Amsterdam, Tel Aviv and Tivat. ” says the managing director of Fraport Slovenia, Babett Stapel.
The summer schedule will be in effect until October 28. Connectivity will also be improved with more frequent flights on current connections to important hubs – Frankfurt, Brussels, Zurich, Warsaw and Istanbul.
Finnair returns to our airport in April after a three-year hiatus. It will fly four times a week to Helsinki.
Starting in June, Aegean Airlines will fly twice a week to Athens.
Before the start of the summer season, Air Serbia announced flights to Belgrade, with flights fly twice a day, and it will fly to Niš twice a week.
Brussels Airlines will fly six times a week to Brussels.
Flydubai daily to Dubai.
Lufthansa three times a day to Frankfurt and daily to Munich.
Turkish Airlines up to twice a day to Istanbul.
Easyjet up to six times a week to London Gatwick Airport.
British Airways six times a week to central London Heathrow Airport.
Wizz Air to Luton Airport three times a week.
Transavia is expected to fly to Amsterdam up to four times a week.
Transavia France twice weekly to Paris Orly Airport.
Air France eleven times a week to central Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Israir/El Al/Sundor up to five times a week to Tel Aviv.
Air Montenegro three times a week to Podgorica and four times a week to Tivat (alternating connections).
LOT Polish Airlines nine times a week to Warsaw.
Swiss Airlines nine times a week to Zurich.
GP Aviation twice a week to Pristina.
Charter flights from Brnik
According to the airport operator, flight forecasts to holiday destinations also indicate a wide range of charter flights. Among them will be the most popular destinations on the Greek islands, in Egypt, Turkey and Spain, for which an expanded range of flights will be available (Vittoria, Santiago di Compostela, Barcelona, Seville and Girona).
Trips under the auspices of Slovenian tourist agencies will also be organized with charters to Malta, Madeira and Porto, to the Azores, Iceland, the Cape Verde Islands, Tunisia, Jordan, the Netherlands and Latvia.