The companies in the winter flight schedule are Lufthansa, Air France, Air Serbia, Turkish Airlines, easyJet, Montenegro Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Transavia and Brussels Airlines. However, other airlines can also be involved if European countries manage to contain the spread of COVID-. 19, Fraport Slovenia said in a statement on Thursday.
Lufthansa will operate flights to Frankfurt twice a day, while Air France will fly to Paris three times a week, before gradually increasing the frequency of the service for daily flights, Fraport Slovenia said.
Turkish Airlines will offer its Istanbul service three times a week, Air Serbia will initially offer four flights a week to Belgrade with plans to switch to daily flights early next year, and easyJet will fly to London Gatwick twice a week from December, increasing the number of flights Flights on four weekly.
Montenegro Airlines will be offering four weekly flights to Podgorica from the end of November. LOT Polish Airlines is expected to return to Ljubljana in December with four weekly flights to Warsaw, Transavia with two weekly flights to Amsterdam. Brussels Airlines offers five weekly flights to Brussels in February 2021.
Passenger traffic at Ljubljana Airport decreased by 81.5% year-on-year to 267,800 in the first nine months of 2020, which was affected by the restrictions on air traffic in many countries due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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