Swiss boosts Ljubljana service over winter

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Swiss International Air Lines will increase frequencies between Zurich and Ljubljana this coming winter season, which begins on October 27 and runs until March 29. The Swiss carrier will maintain double daily flights between the two cities, up from twelve weekly last winter, with a midday and evening departure from Zurich, as well as an early morning and mid-afternoon departure from the Slovenian capital each day. The majority of the flights will be operated by Helvetic Airways on Swiss’ behalf with its 110-seat Embraer E190 E2 aircraft. Changes remain possible.

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  1. Anonymous13:32

    Nice! :D

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  2. Anonymous13:33

    6:35 Ljubljana departure is utter PERFECTION.
    Now all we need is the 3rd daily flight

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    1. Anonymous17:10

      I believe 3 daily is coming in summer 25. Early morning departure will boost swiss numbers!

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  3. Anonymous14:03

    Early morning departure is what Lju really needed from Swiss. Great!

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    1. Anonymous14:23

      Didn't you read the article?

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    2. Anonymous14:34

      Yes I did. It says that there will be early morning departure. What did I wrote wrong?

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  4. Anonymous14:07

    Why this Swiss obsession with Ljubljana?

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    1. Anonymous14:18

      I don't know why they even fly to LJU. Should be flying to ZAG instead.

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    2. Anonymous14:35

      What obsession? If they have good results with full flights than they upgrade the service thats how it goes in aviation usually.

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    3. Anonymous14:37

      LH Group dominance in LJU is expanded by growing ZRH as a transfer hub for Slo passengers. With VIE being close and lack of flag carrier in LJU, current LH+LX setup is maintaining top spot for combined passengers. ZAG has OU as a feeder to LH Group hubs, in addition to own flights.

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    4. Anonymous14:43

      And LX is undoubtedly the best Lufthansa Group member. It's no surprise it's such a popular transfer choice.

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    5. Anonymous07:36

      ZRH instead VIE , agree with that, also pharmacy business doing more passengers than VIE.

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  5. Anonymous14:09

    Fantastic news!

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  6. Anonymous15:20

    Wow, early morning departure form LJU is really great. I have been using them 3x this year, for Prague and Lisbon. They have great prices and very quick connection times for transfer.

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    1. Anonymous07:37

      LIS via ZRH, best connection from LJU no doubt.

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  7. Anonymous17:19

    This is one of the most ridiculous schedules on LX.

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    1. Anonymous18:08

      It's a normal schedule. One afternoon rotation and one overnight

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    2. Anonymous00:02

      It looks like a very good schedule with an overnight stay in LJU.

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  8. Anonymous08:53

    Bravo Fraport!

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  9. Anonymous11:14

    Slovenia was in 2023 Switzerlands 6th best trade partner for Imports and for Exports. Slovenia exported goods valued at 16.2 bln USD to CH and imported 10.4 bln USD, mainly pharma (Sandoz / Novartis)
    The schedule is good for Slovenians with the early morning departure out of LJU and the noon/early afternoon departure suits mainly for transit in ZRH. Lets see how it all develops, we were hoping for LX 2272, 2276 and 2278 expansions (3 departure waves in ZRH to connect well other flights). I still hope that later on LX will add 3rd daily flights with ETD in ZRH around 0730h and 1720h on certain days, but for the time being, we appreciate the double daily set up

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    1. Anonymous16:24

      It is a better schedule but planned capacity is probability lower than last winter (lots of A320 and A321 operated last year). And agree, let’s hope for a 3rd rotation next summer.

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    2. Anonymous09:03

      Im sure we will see capacity increase

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