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Slovenian airline Adria Airways, is to become the latest airline to operate from Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA), having today announced plans to commence a twice weekly service from LJLA to the Slovenian capital city of Ljubljana, starting next summer.

Flights will commence on 20th May, 2020 operating on Saturdays and Wednesdays using 86 seat CRJ900 aircraft, continuing throughout the summer until October 24th, 2020.

The airline, which is a Star Alliance member, is the fourth new airline to announce operations from Liverpool and will offer the North of England’s only direct service to the Slovenian capital, complementing the growing range of destinations from LJLA, now served by nine airlines.

Bookings can now be made on www.adria.si or alternatively customers can contact [email protected] to book ATOL protected holidays to Slovenia from Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

Paul Winfield, Director of Aviation Development for LJLA commented, “We are delighted to welcome our latest carrier, Adria Airways to Liverpool. Adria will continue to serve the North West market, with an enhanced product, from Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

This will enable passengers from across the North of England to continue to travel to Ljubljana from the Faster.Easier.Friendlier Airport in the North West.

 


Photo caption:
(L to R) Paul Winfield with LJLA’s Head of PR, Robin Tudor celebrating today’s new route announcement.

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