Transavia schedules new Ljubljana service, adds Podgorica


Transavia has scheduled its planned new service between Paris Orly Airport and Ljubljana, making it its second destination to the Slovenian capital. However, unlike previous plans, operations will launch next summer season, instead of the coming winter. The low cost airline will inaugurate its two weekly rotation from April 24, with services to be maintained each Thursday and Sunday. The carrier will also add flights between Orly and Podgorica, reestablishing flights between the two capital cities for the first time since the demise of Montenegro Airlines last year. The Podgorica service will be maintained once per week, each Saturday, starting April 23.

Further flight details for the Ljubljana operations can be found here, while additional information for the Podgorica service can be viewed here.


  1. Anonymous10:47


    1. Anonymous12:52

      I hope you don't mean that for LJU because actually they should start operating with winter schedule and now they moved that for 6 months. It's actually bad news for LJU...again...and again..

    2. Anonymous15:51

      It was never scheduled

  2. Anonymous08:46

    Montenegro keeps winning!


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