Turkish Airlines marks Ljubljana anniversary


Turkish Airlines today marked ten years since launching operations from Istanbul to Ljubljana. The airline celebrated the milestone with the opening of its new downtown office in the Slovenian capital, while on Monday the carrier will boost operations on the route from ten to fourteen flights per week. "Increasing the number of services to Ljubljana from three per week in 2006 to fourteen in 2016 is a good indicator that we are doing very well", Ziya Taskent, Turkish Airlines' Senior Vice President for Sales, said. The Turkish carrier is the sole operator on the Istanbul - Ljubljana route after its Star Alliance partner Adria Airways suspended the service on January 1. Turkish Airlines will operate 108 scheduled weekly flights from Istanbul to the former Yugoslavia during the peak summer months, with the carrier to maintain operations to Belgrade, Dubrovnik, Podgorica, Pristina, Sarajevo, Skopje and Zagreb in addition to Ljubljana.


  1. Anonymous18:44

    Doesn't TK also operate PRN during the summer?

  2. JU520 BEGLAX20:55

    Saturday 28may 2 A321 in LJU: TK and AY !


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