The 2015 summer timetable enters into force at the end of March. Until 24 October 2015 passengers will be able to choose among 160 scheduled flights a week with direct lines to 27 European destinations. Swiss is launching a daily service to Zurich, while Adria Airways will fly to Stockholm and Berlin. Turkish Airlines is increasing its flying frequency: it will serve Istanbul ten times a week.
In the 2015 summer timetable Ljubljana will serve more destinations than last summer. Next to new flight, Finnair is resuming its summer services from Ljubljana, and will serve Helsinki four times a week. Air Serbia will serve Belgrade ten times a week, while Air France is operating a daily service to Paris. The low-cost airlines easyJet and Wizz Air are maintaining the same number of flights to London. The latter is also retaining its flights to Brussels Charleroi at the same frequency. Montenegro Airlines will be flying to Podgorica five times a week from Ljubljana during the summer season.
Slovenia’s main airport is attracting growing numbers of passengers by competing successfully with other airports in the region. From Ljubljana it is possible to fly at attractive and competitive prices not just around Europe, but also to intercontinental destinations via major European hubs.