Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (previously known as Brnik Airport) is the largest and busiest airport in Slovenia. The airport is currently undergoing large-scale redevelopment that will improve facilities and increase capacity. There will then be a much better choice of shops, bars and restaurants. This is a very quiet airport with just a handful of flights each day. Getting through arrivals/departures is swift and hassle-free.p>
Direct flights from London Luton are available with low-cost airlines Wizz Air. This is often the cheapest option. You will also find good-value flights with EasyJet, with regular departures from London Stansted. Finding a flight from outside London is more complicated. Almost all flights from outside London will be indirect and will be a lot more expensive. Airlines offering indirect flights include Montenegro Airlines, Air France, Brussels Airlines KLM, Swiss Air and Lufthansa.
Affordable airfares from low-cost airlines mean the lively Slovenian capital is starting to draw attention from better-known Eastern European cities like Prague and Berlin. Ljubljana Airport is a 20km bus trip from the city centre.
Tel : 386 4 20 61 981
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Buses depart every hour for the city centre. Monday to Friday. Every two hours at weekends. Journey time is 45 minutes. Tickets cost €4.10. A faster airport shuttle service takes 30 minutes. Buses also run to nearby Klanj, which has onward connections to Bled and Bohinj.
A taxi to the centre of Ljubljana costs about €35-40
Direct flights are available from EasyJet and Wizz Air