On 24 September, Flydubai will establish a direct flight connection between Ljubljana and Dubai. Tickets are already on sale.
Flydubai, the low-cost airline from the United Arab Emirates, will establish a direct connection between Ljubljana and Dubai on 24 September 2021. Flights will operate three times a week, on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 15:15. Tickets are already available for purchase.
“After many years of intensive efforts to establish a connection between Ljubljana and the Arabian Peninsula, the realization of these talks is really very satisfactory. The establishment of a new regular connection in this extremely demanding times for world aviation and our airport represents new opportunities for the Slovenian economy and tourism, and we are also improving Slovenia’s connectivity with the world. For Fraport Slovenia, the new connection creates new opportunities for re-growth and development. I am pleased that the line will be established after the opening of a new passenger terminal, which represents a special turning point for our airport, the entry into a new airport era“, said Zmago Skobir, Managing Director of Fraport Slovenia.
Fraport Slovenia estimates that the new direct connection has great potential and that the Arab destination will be attractive for passengers. In addition, Dubai is an excellent starting point for further travel and connections around the world. They also believe that Slovenia is an extremely interesting tourist destination, which will help domestic tourism to recover.
Passengers are advised to pay attention to applicable restrictions on crossing borders before traveling and to adapt their travel plans to the accepted health and safety standards in the chosen country. The flydubai information hub is available here.
Flights from Ljubljana airport
At Ljubljana Airport, international flights are currently operated by Aeroflot (three times a week to Moscow), Air France (three times a week to Paris), Air Serbia (five times a week to Belgrade), EasyJet (two times a week to London), LOT Polish Airlines (two times a week to Warsaw), Lufthansa (nine times a week to Frankfurt), Transavia (two times a week to Amsterdam) and Turkish Airlines (three times a week to Istanbul). Other carriers that will join this summer will connect Ljubljana Airport with 16 destinations at the peak of the summer season.
Check out the seasonal flight schedule, which presents the current official flight forecasts of carriers from Ljubljana Airport.
Passenger safety is a top priority. A number of measures have been introduced at Ljubljana Airport for ensuring the safety of passengers as well as employees, for which Ljubljana Airport has also obtained an AHA (Airport Health Accreditation) certificate from the Airport Association International (ACI).
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