Passenger Flights to Slovenia Are Resumed

On Monday, 11 May 2020, the Slovenian Government decided to cancel the ban on international scheduled and charter flights. From Tuesday, 12 May, flights from EU countries and other countries to three Slovenian international airports (Ljubljana, Maribor and Portorož) are resumed. Given that airlines have already cancelled all flights before the end of May, most likely passenger planes will begin to land at Slovenian international airports starting in June.

Photo: Airlines can now plan flights for the summer season/pixabay/JESHOOTS-com

The Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport welcomed the removal of restrictions as airlines can now plan flights for the summer season. All necessary measures have been taken to ensure the safe launch of passenger air traffic. Thus, passengers will be required to maintain a distance of 1.5 metres, disinfection will be mandatory for everyone before each entrance to the passenger terminal, where the number of passengers will be approximately half less as compared to normal conditions. It is also mandatory to use masks or other protective equipment.