Ljubljana Airport closes in on pre-Covid figures

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Ljubljana Airport handled 93.020 passengers this October, representing a decrease of just 6.3% on the pre-pandemic 2019. However, it should be noted that Adria Airways declared bankruptcy in late September of that year, skewing the numbers. If compared to October 2018, figures are still down 42.4%. During the January - October period, Ljubljana Airport welcomed 842.791 travellers, down 45.6% on 2019. Ljubljana Airport recently revised up its passenger estimate for this year and is now expected to process close to one million customers this year.


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  1. Anonymous14:25

    Bravo Fraport!

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    1. Anonymous14:36

      Is the Fraport German logo visible at the terminal fa├žade ?

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  2. Anonymous15:24

    I think they can reach 1 million with good December

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    1. Anonymous15:34

      It's gonna be hard with no flights to london and amsterdam, and crj from a319 downgrade for FRA route

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    2. Anonymous21:18

      There are quite a few charters planned so it's not impossible, but it will be close. Realistically it will probably be just under 1 mio, which is still better than expected.

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    3. Anonymous08:48

      Whatever we see now forcing Adria to shutdown is the biggest blow by then government to Slovenija

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  3. Anonymous15:00

    Better to close this airport and make highway stop. There are vce, zag, vie, bud, puy, rjk, tsf...

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    1. Anonymous20:01

      PUY, RJK only works seasonal and BUD, VCE, VIE are too far, so calm down please

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