Windrose delays Ljubljana service launch


Ukraine’s Windrose Airlines has pushed back the launch of its two weekly Kiev - Ljubljana service by a month, until August 2. Flights were to commence this Thursday. Currently, Ukrainian nationals must undergo a fourteen-day quarantine upon entering Slovenia in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus Covid-19. Ljubljana Airport, which just last week confirmed Windrose’s arrival for July 2, has warned that Slovenia’s strict entry requirements will hinder its recovery. Further flight details for the Kiev - Ljubljana service can be found here.


  1. Interesting that there is such a demand. Wish to see Windrose in Serbia as well

    1. Anonymous15:23

      Maybe if JU cut KBP but I don't see them launching flights while there is competition.

  2. Anonymous18:40

    these uniforms are just hillarious

    1. Anonymous09:28

      Maybe they sould buy old Adria Airways uniforms that are on sale.

  3. Anonymous09:48

    Flights from Ukraine are always a joke

    1. Anonymous10:55

      Boryspil International Airport

      year passengers changes on previous year
      2016 8,650,000 Increase 18.9%
      2017 10,554,757[60] Increase 22.1%
      2018 12,603,300 Increase 19.4%
      2019 15,260,300 Increase 21.1%

      If you call it a joke?

      Destination is a joke :)
      Ukrainians are mostly attracted by the health resorts in Slovenia.
      There is a potential for Ljubljana, without corona limitations, of course.


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