Ljubljana JožePučnik Airport will be seeing more orange this winterAfter announcing new flights to Zagreb recently, easyJet will also be giving a boost to Ljubljana. The low cost airline already operates flights from London Stansted Airport to the Slovenian capital but will now be adding services from Milan Malpensa Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle. Services from Paris will begin on December 2 while flights from Milan commence on December 9. Both flights will be served three times per week. Peter Voets, easyJet’s Marketing Manager for Switzerland, Austria and Eastern Europe, said, "easyJet’s passenger numbers will be shooting up from 95.000 this year to 160.000 next year so we are delighted to be offering even more routes from Slovenia. easyJet will grow in Slovenia in the next twelve months by 68%, offering its familiar combination of low-fares with care and convenience".
easyJet is the only low cost airline operating out of Slovenia. Although other low cost airlines began services from Ljubljana, after Slovenia’s accession to the European Union in 2004, most failed with Adria Airways having an unbeatable market position at its home base.
All flight details can be found on the right hand side in the new route launches section.