Slovenia is a small country with one main small international airport – Joze Pucnik Airport in Brnik – or as locals call it – Ljubljana airport. There are several international and low cost airlines with long term routes to Ljubljana but since recently the only Slovenian airline – Adria Airways – bankrupted, many more lines are opening up.
Below you can find the full list of airlines and direct flights from and to Ljubljana. And a list of frequently asked questions regarding the flight connections to Slovenia.
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Here you can find a complete and updated list of direct flights to Ljubljana by destination and airline.
There are no direct flights to Slovenia from outside Europe but airports like Frankfurt, Munich, Paris and London are the main European airports for connected flights to Slovenia making them the most important airports for travelers coming to Slovenia from United States, Canada, Australia, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and the rest of Latin America and the world.
Are there any direct flights from USA to Slovenia? Are there any direct flights from Australia to Slovenia? Are there any direct flights from Canada to Slovenia?
Unfortunately there is one simple answer to all of the above questions. No, there are no direct flights to Slovenia from outside Europe. But, there are many connections with partner airline networks with only one short layover. You can also fly to one of the nearby airports like Venice, Vienna or Zagreb – all of them only a short drive from Slovenian border. If you take one of our tailor made programs we’ll be happy to help you find the best possible connection for you.
Are there any nearby airports I can fly to, except Ljubljana?
Yes. We’d also recommend flying to Milano, Verona or Venice in Italy; Vienna in Austria or Zagreb and Dubrovnik in Croatia. We can connect all these airports to our tailor made programs and we can even include some of the bigger European highlights into your dream holiday. There are, however, also two other smaller international airports in Slovenia but only operate charter and private flights.
What kind of documents do I need to enter Slovenia?
That’s a tricky question since it largely depends on the country. Slovenia is part of European Union and Schengen area so the rules are the same as in the rest of European countries. Check your foreign ministry in case you decide to travel with us, we’ll check it out for you and help you with visa documentation if necessary. Generally USA, Canada, Australia and a large part of Latin America don’t have any special visa requirements for short holiday stays.
The majority of seasonal charter flights can’t be found in regular flight searching sites. Here is a list of the ones flying to Ljubljana. If you will be travelling with us around Slovenia and the rest of the Balkans and are interested in any of these flights, let us know and we can check the details for you and prepare you an offer.
Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (LJU), Zgornji Brnik, Brnik, Slovenia