Ljubljana Airport reaches 23% of pre-pandemic traffic


Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport handled 45.660 passengers in November, representing a decrease of 46.8% on the same month during the pre-pandemic 2019. It should be noted that during November 2019, Ljubljana Airport was feeling the full brunt of the collapse of Adria Airways, which had declared bankruptcy in late September of that year. During the January - November period, Ljubljana Airport welcomed 376.672 travellers through its doors, down 77% on 2019. It expects to handle some 900.000 passengers next year, while full recovery to pre-pandemic levels is anticipated in 2025.


  1. Anonymous14:22

    Bravo Fraport!

  2. Anonymous15:23

    If they actually manage to reach 900k next year that would be a terrific result.

    1. How should they, please?

    2. notLufthansa15:36

      by counting everybody who comes nearer than 50 km to the airport, including taxi drivers, employees and farmers...

  3. Anonymous22:12

    I hope that they are right. If they are wrong it would be a disaster for Slovenia and carrier end of the new management team.

  4. Za sada jedino dobro je novi Ljubljanski terminal.
    Sto ima i Kraljevacka Morava. Samo nedostaju avioni i putnici. Mogli bi da se pobratime ova dva aerodroma. Bar sto se letova tice...
    Buducnost je ispred. Kao vera i nada sto su.


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