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Brussels Airlines starts new service to Ljubljana

3rd October 2007 Print
Starting 19 November, Brussels Airlines will offer a new direct service between the European Capital and Slovenia. Flying to and from Ljubljana Brussels Airlines will link the two capitals 6 times a week. In this way Brussels Airlines opens the welcome to Slovenia’s EU presidency starting in January 2008.

The Republic of Slovenia has been an EU member since May 2004 and will be the first of the recent Member States to host the EU Presidency. The country is enjoying a prosperous economic development, and its economic levels are on line with the EU convergence levels, it in fact recently introduced the euro. This is a great boom to the country as well as to the tourism industry and Ljubljana airport.

Brussels Airlines operates to Brussels Airport located within 20 minutes of the city centre of the EU capital

With low fares starting from 49,99 euro one way in b.light economy travel class all taxes included, Brussels Airlines offers a perfect travel solution.

Passengers who want to enjoy travel flexibility, full service, extra luggage and state of the art airport advantages in Brussels like fast lane security and fast check-in can book for the Brussels-Lubljana flight a popular b.flex economy plus ticket. B.flex economy + tickets on this route are on average 50 pct cheaper than the business class of other airlines whilst passengers enjoy a high quality service.

Tourism potential

Brussels Airlines strongly belies in the varied tourism potential of Slovenia with its excellent ski facilities in world famous resorts like Kranjska Gora, modern wellness facilities, hiking options and beach tourism along the beautiful Adriatic Coast. Last but not least is the capital Ljubljana well worth a visit. Year after year Slovenia welcomes on average 6 pct more tourists.

Ljubljana has a catchment area of over 4 million people that covers not only the complete country but that also includes North Italy (Trieste region), South Austria (Klagenfurt region) and a part of Croatia.