On 24 April 2015, Adria Airways began flying from Berlin Tegel Airport, connecting the German capital with the Slovenian capital city Ljubljana. Adria Airways is flying a total of three times a week – on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays – to the very heart of Slovenia. On this route, the airline is operating aircraft of type Bombardier CRJ900, with a capacity of 90 passengers.
Adria Airways, based in Ljubljana, was founded in 1961 and is the Slovenian national airline. With over 50 years of experience in charter and scheduled air services, Adria Airways offers flight connections to 28 destinations in Europe. Being a full member of Star Alliance, the airline furthermore provides its passengers with connections to more than 193 countries around the world. Frequent flyers can also use Lufthansa’s Miles & More programme on all Adria Airways flights.
Ljubljana – tradition, history and modernity
Ljubljana Airport (LJU) is Slovenia’s biggest airport and is situated around 26 kilometres north of the city centre. Passengers can use an hourly shuttle bus service to reach the airport from the city centre. Ljubljana, with a population of 280,000, melds five thousand years of history and tradition with vibrant student life. The remains of the Roman city Emona, the well-preserved historical part of town, the medieval castle on the Castle Hill, and other periods of history all define the cityscape. With 65,000 students, the university in Ljubljana is one of the biggest in Europe. Musical performances and other events as well as the numerous parks cultivate a vibrant atmosphere and creative spirit, attracting a great many young people to the Slovenian capital.