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July 14, 2015

South East Europe: Ljubljana Airport Records Strong Growth

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Ljubljana Airport, which is owned by Germany’s Fraport, welcomed 149.541 passengers last month, up a notable 17 percent compared to June 2014. Growth was driven by a considerable increase in the number of operated flights. Slovenia’s busiest airport registered 3.331 aircraft movements, an improvement of 10.8 percent. This summer, Ljubljana Airport offers 160 scheduled flights per week to 27 destinations operated by nine carriers. Contributing to the passenger growth this summer season is Swiss International Air Lines, which inaugurated services to the Slovenian capital in late March, as well as Adria which launched new flights to Berlin and Stockholm. Furthermore, Turkish Airlines boosted its operations with an additional three weekly flights for a total of ten services, while Finnair resumed its seasonal route from Helsinki with four weekly rotations.

During the six-month period, the number of flight operations totalled 15.511, up 0.4 percent. “We expect the growth in traffic to continue over the summer,” the airport said in a statement. A total of ten airlines will operate charter flights from Ljubljana this summer to 24 holiday destinations. 

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