Transavia France has enriched the flight network of Ljubljana Airport. The first plane from Paris Orly Airport landed yesterday, April 14 at 18:02. The low-cost carrier will be offering flights twice per week, every Thursday and Sunday according to the schedule below. The flights will be operated by a 189 seats Boeing 737-800.
Welcoming the inaugural flight, a ceremony was held at Ljubljana Airport with ribbon cutting and the first passengers were surprised with sweet cake pops in Transavia colors.
Janez Krašnja, M. Sc., Head of Airline Management at Fraport Slovenija, said with the establishment of the new connection: »Transavia France brings a valuable addition for flights to Paris. The French capital is very popular among Ljubljana Airport's passengers. New flights will be a perfect choice for those who would like to experience Paris in a weekend getaway, and vice versa for tourists from France, who are planning to visit our beautiful country. We firmly believe that the connection will live up to the carrier's expectations and, with favourable epidemiological conditions in the Autumn and continued recovery in travel demand, will be able to grow into a long-term addition of Ljubljana Airport’s network.«
Flight tickets of Transavia France to Paris are available for booking on the carrier's website www.transavia.com or on the airport's website www.lju-airport.si already from 49 € one-way.
Transavia is also offering flights to Amsterdam from Ljubljana Airport, the connection was established in 2017. The carrier connects Slovenia to the Netherlands in the Summer Schedule 2022 up to four times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.
The French low-cost carrier Transavia France with a base at Paris Orly Airport is owned by Air France and Transavia Airlines. It operates under the Transavia brand together with its Dutch mother company. The two airlines offer numerous connections from France and the Netherlands to Europe and the Mediterranean.
Result of a close and long-term cooperation between Ljubljana Airport and Air France is a stable and strong flight connection to Paris, which is constantly being upgraded. The carrier is currently offering eight flights per week to the French capital and has announced to strengthen the route with double daily flights from June on. Charles de Gaulle Airport as one of the leading European hubs is an excellent connecting point for flights all over the world, especially to the USA and Latin America.
In the Summer Season 15 scheduled airlines will be connecting Ljubljana Airport directly to 19 destinations. At its peak, the number of weekly frequencies will increase significantly compared to last year. A strong charter season is also expected. More information on the Summer Season is available here.