Adria Airways switched over to its winter timetable on 30 October 2016. The winter season, which lasts until 26 March 2017, sees Adria increase the number of weekly flights on several routes, enabling passengers even better connections to Europe and the rest of the world.
This winter Adria Airways is serving the following destinations from Ljubljana: Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Podgorica, Prague, Pristina, Sarajevo, Skopje, Tirana, Vienna, Warsaw and Zurich.
From now on it is possible to fly from Ljubljana to Amsterdam five times a week (previously three), to Paris five times a week (previously four), to Sarajevo five times a week (previously three) and to Zurich fifteen times a week (previously twelve). Adria Airways operates a total of 127 scheduled flights a week from Ljubljana to 16 destinations and also increases the weekly frequency of flights from Pristina and Tirana.
Adria Airways connects Europe via Slovenia. The new timetable and shorter connecting times in Ljubljana mean that passengers can now travel to various European destinations via Slovenia in almost the same amount of time that a direct flight would take.
The new features in the winter timetable are just the beginning of changes to Adria's timetable and flight network. Adria Airways remains committed to providing a safe and comfortable service and to guaranteeing passengers the best possible travel experience. It will continue to build up its services and will be adding even more weekly flights in the future, thus offering passengers an even better choice of connections. ...More