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Inaugural flight of new Adria Airways scheduled service Berlin–Ljubljana–Berlin

Author: Adria Airways

On Friday, 24 April 2015 Adria Airways inaugurated its new service between Berlin and Ljubljana.

Adria Airways from Berlin to Ljubljana

From today on an Adria Airways aircraft will fly to Berlin for the first time. Adria will connect Ljubljana to the German capital on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

In Berlin her Excellency The Ambassador of Slovenia in Berlin Marta Kos Marko, the Mayor of Ljubljana, Slovenia Zoran Janković and the President of the Management board and CEO of Adria Airways are giving a joint press conference at which they are presenting the new scheduled service operated by Slovenia's flag carrier from the German capital. That same day, the first passengers are flying from Berlin on the new route. The inaugural Adria Airways flight from Ljubljana was given a warm welcome at Berlin Tegl Airport where on arrival the aircraft was greeted with a water salute. "I am delighted that we have succeeded in introducing flight to Berlin. As part of our new strategy, Adria Airways is establishing more routes between Slovenia and European cities, emphasized the importance of the expanding route network of Slovenia’s home carrier,“ Adria Airways CEO Mark Anžur on arriving in Berlin. Following the inauguration of flights to Prague and Warsaw last year, Adria Airways is connecting Ljubljana with Berlin and Stockholm starting with the 2015 spring/summer timetable. At the formal inauguration of the new Adria Airways service from the German capital, Anžur underlined the strategic importance of the German market: “After Frankfurt and Munich, Berlin will become the third German city directly linked to Slovenia. Germany is Slovenia’s largest economic partner and the key factor in its tourist market. In close cooperation with Ljubljana Airport and the Slovenian Tourist Board (SPIRIT), Adria Airways expects these new routes to be a success story.” 

Adria Airways from Ljubljana to Berlin and Stockholm

On Sunday 29 March 2015 Adria Airways changed over to its summer timetable, which is valid until 25 October 2015. Adria Airways will ensure good connections between Slovenia and the rest of Europe with flights from Ljubljana to 21 destinations and a new scheduled service between Maribor and London.

New in this summer timetable are flights from Ljubljana to Berlin and Stockholm. First flight to Stockholm was scheduled for 23 April 2015. The first flight to Berlin, where Adria Airways will fly on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, is scheduled for 24 April 2015.

The summer timetable maintains scheduled services from Pristina to Frankfurt and Munich and adds a flight to Malmo in Sweden. Scheduled flights between Tirana and Frankfurt also continue in the 2015 summer timetable, where they are joined by new connections between Tirana and Brussels and Paris.

Alongside the established scheduled service between the Polish city of Lodz and Munich, the summer timetable adds a new Lodz – Amsterdam service, with six flights a week.

During the summer season, charter flights operated by Adria in conjunction with travel agents connect Ljubljana with numerous holiday destinations, above all in the Mediterranean. Adria will fly weekly from Ljubljana to the following destinations in Greece: Heraklion, Thessaloniki, Rhodes, Kos, Chios, Samos, Santorini, Karpathos, Kefalonia, Zakynthos, Skiathos, Lesbos and Lefkada/Preveza. There will also be flights to Antalya in Turkey and Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada in Egypt.

The new Adria Airways scheduled service between Maribor and London starts on 1 June 2015. Adria will fly to London Southend Airport (SEN) on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings. A return flight from Maribor or London at the special offer fare of just €69. Throughout June and July, London Southend Airport is offering Adria passengers a free one-way train ticket to central London (Liverpool Street Station).

Adria Airways promoting Slovenia as an attractive tourist destination

Adria Airways is putting a lot of effort in promoting Slovenia and Ljubljana as an attractive tourist destination on all markets with new routes. The campaign which started in March is emphasizing Slovenia as a fairy tale destination.

Together with the promotion campaign in cooperation with Visit Ljubljana and SPIRIT Adria Airways created compelling content and two new destination websites:

Adria Airways six new routes in 2015 summer timetable

With the start of the new summer timetable at the end of March 2015, Adria Airways is flying on six new scheduled routes – from Ljubljana to Berlin and Stockholm, from Maribor to London Southend, from Tirana to Paris and Brussels and from Lodz to Amsterdam.

Ljubljana – Berlin – Ljubljana

With the return of its summer timetable Adria Airways will connect Ljubljana to the German capital. From the end of April Adria Airways will fly to Berlin three times a week: on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Ljubljana – Stockholm – Ljubljana

Starting in the last days of April Adria Airways’s summer timetable will offer two flights a week between Ljubljana and Stockholm: on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Tirana – Brussels – Tirana

In the summer season Adria Airways will fly between Tirana and Brussels two times a week: on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Tirana – Paris – Tirana

Every Tuesday and Saturday Adria Airways will connect Tirana to French capital.

Lodz – Amsterdam– Lodz

From Monday to Saturday: six flights a week.

Maribor – London (SEN) – Maribor

The new scheduled service between Maribor and London starts on 1 June 2015. Adria Airways will fly to London Southend Airport (SEN) on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

In December 2014, Adria Airways celebrated its 10th anniversary as a member of the Star Alliance, the world’s largest airline alliance. In conjunction with the other members of the Star Alliance, Adria Airways offers an excellent range of competitively priced connections throughout the world. The Star Alliance operates 18,500 flights a day to 1,321 airports in 193 countries.