More Flights to Connect Ljubljana and Amsterdam in 2018

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Air France-KLM plans to expand services in the region. 

December 27, 2017

Transavia, the budget airline that’s part of Air France-KLM, has announced that it will increase the number of flights between Ljubljana and Amsterdam starting June 2018. The company launched flights on this route in summer 2017, operating three times a week, and intends to raise this to five next year.

The announcement, as reported in detail by Ex-Yu Aviation, is part of Air France-KLM’s general expansion in the region. This includes codesharing deals with Adria Airways, Air Serbia and Croatia Airlines for services to Paris and Amsterdam.

On the Croatian side, Transavia is also adding more flights between Dubrovnik and Rotterdam, Pula and Rotterdam, and Rijeka and Eindhoven.

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