Adria Airways (JP)
Adria Airways’ winter timetable
Adria Airways will be switching over to its winter timetable on Sunday, October 29th, 2017. The winter season, which lasts until March 24th, 2018, increases the number of weekly Adria flights on several routes, enabling passengers even better connections to Europe and the rest of the world.o edit.
This winter Adria Airways will be serving 17 destinations from Ljubljana, namely: Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Kiev (new), Moscow, Munich, Paris, Podgorica, Prague, Pristina, Sarajevo, Skopje, Tirana, Vienna, Warsaw, and Zurich.
From now on it will be possible to fly daily from Ljubljana to Amsterdam (new*), Brussels, Frankfurt, Moscow (new*), Munich, Paris (new*), Podgorica (new*), Pristina, Sarajevo (new*), Skopje, Tirana, Vienna, and Zurich.
In comparison to the previous winter, we increased the number of flights to Copenhagen, Moscow, Paris, Podgorica, Prague, Pristina, Sarajevo, Skopje, Tirana, Vienna, and Zurich. To Copenhagen we will fly five times a week (previously two), to Moscow seven times (previously six), to Paris seven times (previously five), to Podgorica seven times (previously three), to Prague four times (previously three), to Pristina ten times (previously six), to Sarajevo seven times (previously five), to Skopje nine times (previously seven), to Tirana ten times (previously seven), to Vienna fourteen times (previously twelve), and to Zurich twenty times (previously fifteen).
Adria Airways connects Europe through its hub in Ljubljana. The new timetable means that passengers can now travel to various European destinations via Ljubljana in almost the same amount of time that a direct flight would take. With 196 regularly scheduled weekly flights, and very short layovers between connecting flights, we try to ensure that your travel experience with us is as pleasant as possible. We have recently introduced a digital timetable, now making flights and connections just a click away: https://www.adria.si/en/flights-and-destinations/timetable/
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