STA, 17 January 2022 - After suspending flights from Ljubljana to Belgium's Charleroi over the winter, low-cost carrier Wizz Air will also suspend flights to London's Luton airport as of 4 February. The connection will be restored at the start of the summer season, at the end of March, the Ex-Yu Aviation portal reports.
Wizz Air restored the connection between Ljubljana and Luton in mid-December 2021 after a good year and a half of suspension due to Covid-19.
But now, after just over a month and a half the flights are being suspended again.
Ljubljana remains connected to London by easyJet, which flies to Gatwick, but only once a week.
Before the Covid-19 epidemic, flights to London were among the busiest and Ljubljana was connected to all four of London's airports - Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and Stansted.