Iberia increases Ljubljana capacity


Iberia, which will inaugurate seasonal flights between Madrid and Ljubljana on July 28, has upped its capacity on the service by scheduling the 174 to 208-seat Airbus A321 aircraft on a number of selected dates during the route’s five-week run. Although initially scheduled to operate with a mix A319 and A320 jets, the Spanish national carrier will deploy the A321 to Ljubljana on August 4, 8, 18, 22, 25 and 29. Services between the two cities will run four times per week.


  1. Anonymous10:32

    174 seats on the A321 seems low, what's the configuration like?

    1. Anonymous10:52

      Read the article, dear. This jet has a seating of up to 208 seats.
      Still reasonable, you don´t want to be like a sardine like in the W6 321, which has 230 seats!

      Anyway, it seems there is Spanish hunger for Slovenia and also possible transfers from/to Argentina to Croatia/Slovenia because of the huge ex-Yu diaspora.

    2. Anonymous10:55

      This is great, however the next task for Iberia is to open cheaper booking classes for LJU flights... at the moment return ticket is around 400 EUR.

    3. Anonymous11:24

      My dear Anon 10.52 I did read the article which was later on modified to include this piece of valuable information.

    4. @Anon 10:52 AM

      I’d rather sit in a sardine can for two - three hours, and be able to travel, than complain about the cramped legroom and sit at home...

  2. Anonymous11:23

    Are the wines they serve any good?
    Do they have a dedicated business class seats?
    If not they won't be able to compete with the Russian owned Adria 2.0 who would be flying all business class Sukhois!

    1. Anonymous11:56

      At least at long haul they have the worst ratings ever

    2. Anonymous13:14

      IB and VY have both undergone significant changes in their product.
      IB changed its logo and got rid of the old retro one. Their fleet is currently being modernised and them A350s flying to Latin America.
      They have an IMPRESSIVE South American network and are the leaders. They fly to almost all Latin American capitals or bigger cities and their business product has improved quite a lot.
      This is all thanks to IAG and obviously oneworld membership.
      Royal Air Maroc will also join oneworld in a couple of months and will not be surprised if they consider launching flights to LJU.

  3. Anonymous19:26

    The flights appear to be a success, so I wonder why they are starting them so late in the season -- on July 28? A lack of planes?


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