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New connections to Ljubljana -Lufthansa Group Airlines

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: Germany Aircraft: Airplanes Airline: Lufthansa

Starting in mid-October, the Lufthansa Group Airlines will be connecting the Zurich, Munich and Frankfurt hubs with the Slovenian capital Ljubljana.

From its hub in Frankfurt, Lufthansa will operate twice a day offering 14 weekly connections to Ljubljana starting in the winter schedule on 27 October. The Lufthansa hub in Munich will follow by offering daily connections beginning on 1 November. 

SWISS will be operating five weekly services from Zurich to Ljubljana starting on October 16. From October 27 onwards, the airline will extend its offering to a daily connection with the start of the winter schedule.  

Austrian Airlines will also offer its passengers up to three daily connections from Vienna to Klagenfurt as an alternative to the termination of Adria Airways flight operations to Ljubljana.

With these new flights, the Lufthansa Group will connect passengers from all over the world to Slovenia and at the same time open the gateway for travellers from the Slovenian capital to take advantage of the Lufthansa Group worldwide network.

All connections are now available for booking. 



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