Adria Airways

Member Type: World user
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Address: Slovenia
Kuzmiceva 7
Phone: +386 (0)4 25 94 506

About Our Business

The Slovenian national airline Adria Airways has a wealth of experience spanning over 48 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 250 scheduled flights each week to Amsterdam, Athens, Brussels, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Kiev, London, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Podgorica, Pristina, Sarajevo, Skopje, Stockholm, Tirana, Warsaw, Vienna and Zurich. In the summer Adria Airways also operates flights to Barcelona, Madrid, Manchester, Dublin, and Ohrid. In April 2009 a scheduled flight to Madrid was introduced.

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

Legal Status:
Number of employees:
501 to 1 000
Business Form:
Market Focus:
Aviation, Travel,
Year of establishment:
200 000 0001 to 500 000 000 EUR
Company Activity:
Producer /Goods, Services, etc/
Main Markets Country:
Tadej Tufek
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Looking for:
Partners, End Clients

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  • Our Partners / 30.01.10

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  • Ljubljana Airport will close to all traffic for runway renovation between 7th and 21st April 2010. Runway renovation will be carried out between 7th and 21st April 2010, when Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport will be closed to all traffic. D


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