Air France back with flights to Paris
From March 6 onwards Ljubljana Airport is connected to Paris again. Carrier Air France has re-established flights to the French capital. At first, flights will be available once weekly, whereas for the Summer Season the carrier has announced to gradually increase the frequency to five times weekly, if the circumstances are favourable.
Parking system upgrade
On Tuesday, February 9, the modernization of the parking system in the parking garage and the open-air parking will start, which will also enable payment of the parking fee via payment cards.
Aeroflot resumes flights from Ljubljana to Moscow
Following a break of almost a year as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic, Russian carrier Aeroflot returns to Ljubljana Airport. It will initially operate one flight a week to Moscow but expects to add more flights in the summer timetable if conditions allow.
New cold store for pharmaceuticals
A new cold store designed for storing pharmaceutical shipments that need to be kept at temperatures of 2° to 8°C came online at the Fraport Slovenija cargo warehouse before the holidays. At 150 cubic metres, the cold store will double the capacity to store cold-chain cargo, which accounts for a few percent of the total cargo at the warehouse. The new facility will also improve reliability in the storage of pharmaceutical products.
In Memoriam: Jurij Štirn
“Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.” (Leonardo da Vinci)
Covid-19 testing now available at Ljubljana Airport
Covid-19 swabs available to all passengers and members of the general public. Results are provided in up to six hours.
Award for best annual report in the area of sustainable development
For 21 years the business daily Finance has been awarding the most prestigious professional accolades in business reporting: its best annual report awards. Fraport Slovenija has now become a winner in the category of best annual report in the area of sustainable development.
Ljubljana Airport open for all traffic
To improve the epidemiological situation in the country the Government of the Republic of Slovenia has decided on November 12 to temporarily suspend all public transport, except air transport. Ljubljana Airport remains open for passenger and cargo traffic.
10 scheduled flight connections from Ljubljana Airport in the Winter Season
Passenger air traffic in Europe has been recording a drastic decline for the eight-consecutive month. Due to development of the covid-19 pandemic, the announced offer of flights from Ljubljana Airport and their scope are still limited in the Winter Schedule. Nine regular airlines will be offering ten flight connections to nine European countries from Ljubljana Airport. In the period with the highest frequency around 60 flights per week are expected.
Sustainability report 2019
For the fifth year in a row, Fraport Slovenija's sustainable efforts have been comprehensively, concisely and transparently presented in the Sustainability Report, which has been prepared in accordance with the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) standards.
Temporary redirection of road traffic
From Monday, October 5, on the access to the passenger terminal and other facilities at Ljubljana Airport is temporarily changed. Traffic regulation is part of the construction of the new passenger terminal, which is in full swing.
Progress of construction works for the new terminal
Fraport Slovenija started with the construction of the new terminal in the middle of July 2019. One year later a vast construction shows the future image of Ljubljana Airport. The new complex will be ready for use by Summer 2021.
LOT Polish Airlines and easyJet also return to Ljubljana Airport
Nine airlines have already returned to Ljubljana Airport after the end of the covid-19 pandemic. End of July easyJet has renewed its flights to Berlin and London Gatwick, being the third low-cost airline that has reestablished flights from Slovenia. The most recent to bring back flights is LOT Polish Airlines, which has returned its connection to Warsaw.
Air France re-connects Slovenia with Paris
The revival of traffic at Ljubljana Airport continues. Air France is the sixth scheduled carrier to return to our airport. Slovenian and the French capital will initially be connected twice a week; flight frequencies will gradually increase.
Hello, Air Serbia
Today, after months of calm, we finally welcomed the first regular passenger flight. Air Serbia is the first airline to re-establish scheduled flights after the epidemic. They will initially fly between Belgrade and Ljubljana Airport twice a week and then adjust the frequency to actual demand.
Preventive measures at the airport
The airport is ready to welcome passengers safely, and ensure a safe workplace for employees. With the resumption of air traffic, the airport has adopted new preventive measures for passengers and employee guidelines in order to reduce the possibility of infection.
Important notice: From 12 May without air traffic restrictions
On 12 May 2020 the Government of the Republic of Slovenia is withdrawing measures that were restricting air transport in Slovenia. It has assessed that this measure is no longer necessary.
Air passengers' rights and steps with flight ticket changes due to the coronavirus epidemic
As a consequence of the covid-19 pandemic air traffic in Europe and all over the world has been severely limited. Ljubljana Airport has been opened again for passenger flights from May 12, since the government has lifted the ban on commercial air traffic.
From Ljubljana Airport soon to Madrid, Kiev and Tel Aviv
In the Summer Timetable, which will come into effect on March 29, 2020, the offer of flights from Ljubljana Airport is to be substantially expanded. Currently twelve regular air carriers will be joined by at least five during the summer season: British Airways with flights to London Heathrow, Finnair to Helsinki, Israir Airlines to Tel Aviv, Windrose to Kiev and Iberia to Madrid. Some connections will be strengthened by operating bigger airplanes or adding frequencies. Passengers will be able to choose from more than 160 weekly flights to 22 destinations in 15 countries. The volume of charter flights will be comparable to last year's, eight airlines will take passengers to 21 summer holiday destinations.
New resolution on the development of transport infrastructure in the vicinity of the Ljubljana Airport
Zgornji Brnik, 27 Feb. 2020 – Fraport Slovenija has introduced a resolution on the development of transport infrastructure in the vicinity of the Ljubljana Airport. The resolution has received support from all six of the neighbouring municipalities in the Gorenjska region.