Airlines park aircraft at Ljubljana Airport

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Part of Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport’s platform is currently being used by airlines to park their aircraft, which have been grounded as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. One of the main customers is Swiss International Air Lines which currently has six Airbus A320s and one A321 on the ground in the Slovenian capital, while its subsidiary Edelweiss Air also has one A320 stored in Ljubljana. The Avia Prime Group, which owns maintenance company Adria Tehnika has a capacity to park 41 narrow-body aircraft In Ljubljana and five narrow-body parking options in Maribor. As the owner of Jat Tehnika, it also offers five wide-body parking options in Belgrade.





Comments

  1. Anonymous11:14

    New business activity.

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  2. Anonymous11:28

    So in one way or another, Swiss is still operating at LJU. They didnt get money for nothing

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    1. Anonymous11:33

      They are parking empty planes. So no, they are not operating at LJU.

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    2. Luka19:58

      You really don’t get sarcasm, do you? :)

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    3. Anonymous20:11

      hahahaha ... good one.

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  3. notLufthansa12:03

    you don't seem to recognise sarcasm even if it was in the middle of your nose

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  4. Anonymous14:03

    I highly doubt those (old) A320 from Swiss will perform any commercial flight anymore once this pandemic will be over in 2021.

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  5. Anonymous20:01

    Well done Krasnja and Skobir. You've managed to attract a bunch of new airlines :D. I'm still missing Emirates or Qatar, though.

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    1. Anonymous20:07

      They can storage their a380s at LJU

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    2. Anonymous08:02

      ooo that's what he meant that the biggest regional airline will base aircraft here

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    3. Anonymous10:05

      @anon 08:02

      +1000 :))

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