Slovenia to suspend all commercial flights


Slovenia will shut down its air traffic from Tuesday, March 17, in an attempt to reduce the spread of the coronavirus Covid-19. “We are announcing the closure of air traffic in advance to tell people who are considering using their airplane tickets not to do so because they will be unable to return to Slovenia”, government spokesman, Jelko Kacin, said. The Foreign Ministry advised citizens earlier on Sunday not to travel anywhere.


  1. Anonymous11:28

    The best they can do these days.

  2. Anonymous12:51

    All three of them :)

    1. Anonymous13:49

      Easyjet and AEROFLOT flew normally yesterday.

    2. Anonymous15:09

      The last flight out of Ljubljana will be Onur flight to Tallin, probably a charter flight. Ljubljana airport timetable already reflect the new reallity:

    3. Anonymous20:43

      all of FIR Ljubljana is affected, not just the 3 "main" airports

  3. Anonymous13:06

    If JP was still around this would have been the coup de grace.


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