Adria Airways gets charter boost

Monday, May 11, 2015

Passengers scheduled to fly out on charters from Klagenfurt in Austria to the Greek island of Rhodes this summer have had their holiday plans slightly disrupted as they will be transferring to Ljubljana instead. Due to low interest, tour operators have informed passengers they will be bussed to the Slovenian capital where they will fly out on Adria’s charter services. The news will be welcomed by Adria, which will see additional Austrian passengers on its charter flights. The Slovenian carrier will operate weekly charter services to Heraklion, Thessaloniki, Rhodes, Kos, Chios, Samos, Santorini, Karpathos, Kefalonia, Zakynthos, Skiathos, Lesbos and Lefkada/Preveza in Greece. There will also be flights to Antalya in Turkey and Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada in Egypt. Services to Rhodes will commence in June and operate each Friday.


  1. That's really nice charter network. Well done Adria.

  2. Anonymous13:10


  3. Anonymous15:22

    Airlines from which country have more capacity on Slovenia-Turkey charters this season, Slovenia or Turkey?

    1. Anonymous15:27

      Turkey. Corendon, Freebird and Onur Air all flying to LJU.

    2. Anonymous17:46

      Yes. Turkey.

  4. Anonymous18:32

    Adria remind me more and more of a mouse or ant (no offense), they find food in every hole.

  5. Anonymous09:14

    If you still don't know, this is called doing business

  6. Anonymous17:54

    Sweet remark


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