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Norwegian Launches New Route Between Ljubljana and Copenhagen

Norwegian Airlines debuts a new route between Ljubljana and Copenhagen, enhancing travel options and connectivity for passengers flying between Slovenia and Denmark

Norwegian Airlines has introduced a twice-weekly service connecting Jože Pučnik Ljubljana Airport with Copenhagen, providing travelers with enhanced accessibility between Slovenia and Denmark’s capitals. 

Initially operating on Mondays and Fridays, with additional flights on Tuesdays and Saturdays during peak summer periods, the new route is anticipated to experience high demand, according to Fraport Slovenija, the airport operator.

Managing director Babett Stapel highlighted the significance of the Copenhagen connection, emphasizing its role as a hub facilitating access to various destinations from Ljubljana. The inaugural flight on 29 April marked a milestone in Slovenia’s air connectivity efforts following the collapse of Adria Airways in 2019.

This development follows AirBaltic’s recent launch of flights to Riga under a state subsidies scheme aimed at bolstering Slovenia’s aviation network.

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