Adria Airways

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The Slovenian national airline Adria Airways has a wealth of experience spanning over 47 years in charter and scheduled air traffic. The Adria Airways story dates back to 1961, when it was founded as a charter company. In the eighties the airline started serving scheduled routes, and became a member of the IATA, the International Air Transport Association.


Today the majority of Adria Airways business is in scheduled flights; its network links Ljubljana with more than 25 cities throughout Europe and offers excellent connections to South East Europe. Adria Airways offers around 240 scheduled flights each week to Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Kiev, London, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Podgorica, Prištine, Sarajevo, Skopje, Tirana, Warsaw, Vienna and Zurich. In the summer Adria Airways also operates flights to Barcelona, Birmingham, Manchester, Dublin, and Ohrid.

Adria Airways operates charter flights for the most part seasonally, and most frequently to destinations in the Mediterranean.

Today Adria Airways operates the flights with 15 aircraft: three Airbus A320, four CRJ900, six Canadair Regional Jet CRJ200, one Canadair Regional Jet CRJ100 and one Boeing 737-500. This is one of the most modern fleets in Europe, and is both environment-friendly and economical.

Adria Airways embodies many features characteristic of Slovenia: hospitality, friendliness and high-quality services.

Theirr goal is to remain a dependable and successful European regional carrier well into the future, during which they continue to grow and develop. Together with a professional, caring staff and a modern fleet, Adria Airways is committed to providing a high level of service and satisfaction, and to winning the loyalty of its passengers.

Location

Adria Airways
Kuzmiceva 7
1000 Ljubljana, Slonenia
Slovenia

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Telephone: 
+386 1 36 91 000, +386 1 369 12 00
Fax: 
+386 1 43 68 606, +386 1 230 13 25

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