On Sunday, October 29, 2023 the winter schedule will come into effect in air traffic. Until end of March, 2024 it will be possible to travel to 18 destinations with 15 regular airlines from Ljubljana Airport. Compared to the last winter schedule, connections to Luxembourg, Skopje and Priština are added, and for the first time in winter season flights of British Airways to London Heathrow will be available. The frequencies of flights to Istanbul, Dubai, Zurich and Belgrade will be strengthened. In early October the millionth passenger landed at Ljubljana Airport, and until end of the year, we expect to serve more than 1.2 million passengers, over 20 percent more than last year.
The Petrol Group and Fraport Slovenija have opened an electric vehicle charging station at Ljubljana Airport. It is located in vicinity of the Terminal A, on parking P1. It features four charging points, which for now are capable of providing energy for eight electric vehicles. The charging points were installed as part of the European MULTI-E project, the main objective of which is to develop mobility services and electric vehicle charging infrastructure. This project is proof of Petrol and Fraport Slovenija’s commitment to fulfilling their vision and mission of working towards a zero-carbon society and a green future.
Today Ljubljana Airport welcomed its millionth passenger. He arrived from Istanbul with the morning flight of Turkish Airlines. A strengthened flight network in the summer schedule – 19 regular airlines offering 23 destinations, and rising demand resulted that one million passengers travelled through the airport a bit sooner than expected. The winter season, which is set to start end of October, will be richer in flight offer than last year's, thus now more than 1.2 million passengers are expected to be handled until the end of the year. Recently new flights to Luxembourg and Skopje were introduced, and in the next summer season, in May 2024, for the first time a connection to Riga will be established.