Adria Airways’ former HQ sold


The headquarters of Slovenia’s former national carrier Adria Airways has been sold to an undisclosed buyer on its second attempt. Built in 2009, the four-story building features 4.400 square metres and includes offices, classrooms, a car park and a warehouse. It is located next to Ljubljana Airport. The starting price for the building complex was set at 3.7 million euros but in the end fetched 4.25 million euros, which is more than its original valuation of 4.1 million euros. Bankruptcy administrator, Janez Pustatičnik, previously said a foreign investor had expressed interest in the building.


  1. Anonymous13:33


  2. Hmm... Maybe cargo ariline will establish Ljubljana base, there is a lot of talks about Solinair establishing USA operations, we hope for better days in Ljubljana

  3. Anonymous16:58

    Maybe Lufthansa bought it :D :D

  4. Anonymous17:29

    If I remember correctly it cost Adria Airways 6 Mio EUR to build it, so not a terrific price that someone could brag about.


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