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Old November 23rd, 2014, 02:20 PM   #81
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Just a note: all things Slovenia (Adria Airways, Ljubljana Airport, et al.) can now be found in a unified thread here so that you can have an efficient discussion of the country's aviation developments.
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Old November 24th, 2014, 06:04 PM   #83
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Fraport Increases Ljubljana Airport Share to 98%


German airport operator Fraport has increased its stake in the Brnik airport operator Aerodrom Ljubljana to 97.99%, a takeover report published in the business daily Finance says. The German company will pay EUR 57.3m for the combined 22.44% stake at EUR 61.75 per share.





The price per share equals the price Fraport paid to a consortium of sellers, including the state, in October, when it took over 75.55% of Aerodrom Ljubljana for EUR 177.1m.

Fraport's plans for development of Slovenia's biggest airport are very similar to the company's development policy, Aerodrom Ljubljana said immediately after the takeover.

It added that an experienced owner could achieve faster and more effective changes.

Fraport promised long-term development of the Ljubljana airport. "We believe in Slovenia's future," Fraport CEO Stefan Schulte told the press after signing the sales contract on 5 September.

The new owner said it intended to develop both passenger and cargo transport at the airport. Schulte expects that Aerodrom Ljubljana, which he believes is in good shape, will continue to grow in both segments.



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Adria leased a Fokker 100, registration YR-FKA, from Carpatair (hence the green tail) in 2008.
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Turkish Airlines S15 Europe Service Increase as of 02DEC14


Istanbul Ataturk – Ljubljana Increase from 7 to 10 weekly

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Old February 23rd, 2015, 08:28 PM   #88
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Adria Passenger Numbers up 8% in 2014


Adria Airways carried 1.113 million passengers in 2014, an increase of 8% on the year before. The financial data have not been revealed yet but CEO Mark Anžur told the STA the company was expected to break even.


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Old March 19th, 2015, 09:37 PM   #89
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Adria to launch Maribor flights




Adria Airways will resume scheduled flights from Maribor Edvard Rusjan Airport, in Slovenia’s north-east, this summer season for the first time in fifteen years with the launch of three new routes. The Managing Director of Maribor Airport, Marko Gros, says Adria wants to develop a “low cost base” in the city. “Adria is a very serious partner in this project”, Mr. Gros says, adding that the airport is estimated to handled 36.000 passengers in 2015, double on last year’s 17.568 travellers. The exact destinations which will be served from Maribor will be revealed at a press conference in the city tomorrow morning, which will be attended by Adria Airways’ CEO, Mark Anžur. However, a three weekly service to London is expected to be announced among the three planned routes.

The decision to launch flights out of Slovenia’s second largest city marks a major turnaround for the national carrier. Last year, CEO Anžur said, “Adria attempted to fly from Maribor but it is difficult to operate flights out of secondary airports in Slovenia because it is a small country with well developed road infrastructure”. He added, “You can drive from Maribor to Ljubljana within an hour and a half”. Over the past few years the airline has only operated summer charters out of Maribor. However, Adria is shifting its focus from its home in Ljubljana to other markets. This summer it will have aircraft based in Pristina, Tirana and Lodz in Poland. Over the past few years, the airline has considered opening bases in cities which are relatively close to Slovenia, such as Klagenfurt in Austria and Verona in Italy. However, these plans did not materialise. You can review the airline’s planned 2015 summer network here.

Edvard Rusjan Airport opened a new, fifteen million euro, terminal in 2012, with the capacity to handle 600.000 passengers per year. Further investments are planned with the expansion of the existing runway scheduled in two years time. However, the airport has struggled to attract customers for years. It is served by a handful of charters during the high season, with services to Greece and Turkey to be maintained this summer as well. Furthermore, the airport hopes to see charters from Egypt and Azerbaijan too. “There is a possibility for charters to Egypt to operate during the second half of the summer season. In addition, there is demand from Azerbaijan”, Mr. Gros says. Maribor Airport opened for commercial use in 1976. It was served by low cost Ryanair for several months, between 2007 and 2008, but the service was suspended due to poor loads. In 2010, Adria and several other airlines relocated to Maribor during Ljubljana Airport’s runway overhaul. Late last year, the country’s union-owned bank, Delavska hranilica, acquired a 57% stake in the airport, admitting that one of the reasons for its investment was to show that the sale of Slovenia's largest airport operator, Aerodrom Ljubljana, which manages Ljubljana Airport, to Germany’s Fraport was a mistake.


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ADRIA Adds Maribor – London Southend Service June – Sep 2015


Star Alliance member ADRIA from 01JUN15 will launch seasonal operations on Maribor – London Southend route, which sees Airbus A319 aircraft operating 3 weekly flights. This seasonal service operates on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, until 29SEP15.

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The launch of this route marks the return of ADRIA’s scheduled service at Maribor in Slovenia, since 1994.


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Old April 19th, 2015, 01:59 PM   #92
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Ljubljana Airport eyes new flights


Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport and its operator Fraport are looking to link the Slovenian capital with destinations in Spain, Germany and Scandinavia in order to boost passenger numbers. General Manager, Zmago Skobir, believes the airport has to cover these “gray areas” in the coming future. Primarily, the airport is looking at establishing connections to Madrid, Barcelona, Oslo and Hannover. Earlier this year, Adria Airways’ CEO, Mark Anžur, said the carrier is considering introducing flights from the Slovenian capital to either Madrid or Barcelona. “We could offer connecting flights to South America through Spain and, at the same time, lure visitors to Slovenia as well. Personally, I think Madrid would be more interesting than Barcelona because it is bigger but this will be decided in 2016”, Mr. Anžur said. He added, “Additional routes to Germany, such as Dusseldorf and Hamburg, could be of interest”.

This March, Ljubljana Airport recorded passenger growth of 5%, ending a several month long decline in numbers. Its operator is confident of a busy summer ahead. Recently, Swiss International Air Lines launched flights from Zurich to Ljubljana with some 30.000 passengers expected to use the service this year. Ljubljana Airport’s Commercial Director, Janez Krašnja, believes many passengers will connect from Zurich onwards to North America, Africa and the Middle and Far East. "Our expectations are greatest in the North America segment", Mr. Krašnja said. The head of Swiss for Austria, Central and Eastern Europe, Bernhard Wodl, added that the airline does not see Ljubljana only as a summer destination, with Swiss expected to operate the route throughout the 2015/16 winter season four times per week. Next week, Adria will introduce new flights from Ljubljana to Stockholm and Berlin, which are expected to further boost passenger numbers at the airport.

Despite its close proximity to larger airports such as Graz, Venice and Zagreb, Mr. Skobir says Ljubljana handled roughly the same number of passengers on international flights as Zagreb in 2014. In addition, the airport’s medium-term goal is to further strengthen charter operations, particularly from Asia. Japan’s JAL has been a frequent visitor to the Slovenian capital over the years, bringing hundreds of tourists from the country on charter flights to Ljubljana. Still, the majority of Japanese passengers use scheduled services to travel to Slovenia, primarily Finnair’s flights from Helsinki. Some 70% of all passengers using the route are Japanese tourists.

Meanwhile, Aerodrom Ljubljana, the operator of Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport, was transformed into a limited liability company earlier this month. The decision on the transformation and subsequent delisting from the Ljubljana Stock Exchange came two months after German airport operator Fraport completed its acquisition of an outright stake in the company. As part of the transformation, Managing Director Zmago Skobir was given the nod by the owner to take over as General Manager of the limited liability company. From now on, operations will be overseen by a board of investors consisting of Fraport representatives. Fraport purchased operator Aerodrom Ljubljana for 234.4 million euros.


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Old April 20th, 2015, 11:29 AM   #93
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Adria Passenger Number Up in Q1

Brnik, 20 April - Adria Airways carried 203,633 passengers in the first quarter of 2015, an increase of 8% on the same period last year, the airline told the STA on Monday.

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Adria Airways to lease third A319


Adria Airways has confirmed it will lease an Airbus A319 aircraft this summer, making it the third jet of its type in the carrier’s fleet and the third plane to join the airline this season. The aircraft will enter the fleet in late May. Earlier this month, a high-density A320 joined Adria on a short-term basis (until late October), while a Bombardier CRJ700, nicknamed Lodz, also entered into service. As a result, the Slovenian carrier will operate a total of twelve aircraft this summer - one CRJ200 and CRJ700 each, six CRJ900s, three A319s and one A320. All of the jets with exception to the CRJ200 are on lease.

The airline’s fleet expansion is in line with statements made by Adria’s CEO, Mark Anžur, late last year when he announced plans for up to six aircraft to join the carrier by 2016. “In the short-term, Adria plans to wetlease several A320-family aircraft with a total of five or six jets to join the fleet by 2016. We are also considering leasing aircraft larger than the A320”, Mr. Anžur said. The CEO noted that Adria will need higher capacity aircraft in order to keep up with expected growth trends this year. The Slovenian carrier will inaugurate flights to Stockholm tomorrow and services to Berlin on Friday. Earlier this month the airline introduced new flights from Tirana to Paris and Brussels and from Lodz to Amsterdam, while seasonal services from Maribor to London Southend Airport will be launched in June.

The Slovenian carrier has recorded a strong start to the year, handling 203.633 passengers during the first quarter, an increase of 8% compared to the same period in 2014. Last year, Adria carried 1.113 million passengers and managed to emerge from the red. Its net profit topped 921.000 euros, with a net operating profit of three million euros. The Slovenian carrier plans to hit two million passengers per year and see a 220 million euro turnover by 2020, supported by an expanding fleet and several new bases across Europe. In January, three state-owned asset management institutions signed an agreement on the joint sale of a combined 91.58% stake in the flag carrier.


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Great interest in low cost Adria flights Maribor-London


Flights from Maribor will continue through summer, at least till the end of September

The national air carrier Adria Airways hit the bull's eye with their decision to offer flights from Maribor to London at more accessible prices.

The interest in flights is enormous, and the cheapest return tickets at the price of 69 euros have been immediately sold out. Presently a flight to London and back can be booked at the price of 138 euros, or more. Starting with June 1st, Adria Airways will fly three times a week to Southend, the newest London airport.

As explained by Sara Slodej, who is the person in charge of public relations at Adria, most of the seats have been sold in Slovenia, and online. A smaller number of the tickets have been sold through booking, i.e. call centre, and a minimal part has been booked by agencies as well.

The coming days will give a better picture of the interest English tourist have in visiting Slovenia, as soon a campaign will start in the British capital. Promotional activities for their flights will be organized also at other foreign markets, with an emphasis on Croatia, Austria, and Hungary.

Adria announced that the flights from Maribor are assured until the end of September. Their decision on October flights from the Styria region capital will be based on summer flights occupancy, and will be made not later than in May. The planned number of passengers for this period was 10,000. The air carrier has not revealed the interim data yet, but it is believed that almost a half of the target number has been already reached.

No additional lines this year

No additional new lines from Maribor have been planned for this year, besides the regular flights to London, and charter flights to Zakinthos, Greece and Antalya, Turkey. They reconfirmed their intention to add new destinations next year, but at the moment they are not in a position to be more specific. The decision about flights to new airports, both from Brnik and from Maribor, will be made by the end of May.

In the meantime the Maribor Airport is already making the steps which would enable them to realize their ambitious goals – an increase in traffic in the coming years. For that purpose they are already negotiating with potential tenants of business premises at the airport, including a duty-free shop. The process should be concluded before the beginning of the summer season. Last year 18,000 passengers were transported through charter connections; this year the planed number is 35,000. They hope the number of passengers will reach half a million in five to seven years.


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This is new Airbus 319 for Adria Airways.

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Inaugural flight of new Adria Airways scheduled service Berlin–Ljubljana–Berlin


On Friday, 24 April 2015 Adria Airways inaugurated its new service between Berlin and Ljubljana.

From today on an Adria Airways aircraft will fly to Berlin for the first time. Adria will connect Ljubljana to the German capital on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.




In Berlin her Excellency The Ambassador of Slovenia in Berlin Marta Kos Marko, the Mayor of Ljubljana, Slovenia Zoran Janković and the President of the Management board and CEO of Adria Airways are giving a joint press conference at which they are presenting the new scheduled service operated by Slovenia's flag carrier from the German capital. That same day, the first passengers are flying from Berlin on the new route. The inaugural Adria Airways flight from Ljubljana was given a warm welcome at Berlin Tegl Airport where on arrival the aircraft was greeted with a water salute. "I am delighted that we have succeeded in introducing flight to Berlin. As part of our new strategy, Adria Airways is establishing more routes between Slovenia and European cities, emphasized the importance of the expanding route network of Slovenia’s home carrier,“ Adria Airways CEO Mark Anžur on arriving in Berlin. Following the inauguration of flights to Prague and Warsaw last year, Adria Airways is connecting Ljubljana with Berlin and Stockholm starting with the 2015 spring/summer timetable. At the formal inauguration of the new Adria Airways service from the German capital, Anžur underlined the strategic importance of the German market: “After Frankfurt and Munich, Berlin will become the third German city directly linked to Slovenia. Germany is Slovenia’s largest economic partner and the key factor in its tourist market. In close cooperation with Ljubljana Airport and the Slovenian Tourist Board (SPIRIT), Adria Airways expects these new routes to be a success story.”


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New (old) Airbus A319-111 FOR ADRIA AIRWAYS




S5-AAX Ljubljana airport 16 May 2015

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