Ljubljana Airport is also known as Ljubljana Jože Pucnik Airport or Ljubljana Brnik after the town where it is located.
In Slovene it is known as Letališce Jožeta Pucnika Ljubljana or Aerodrom Brnik Ljubljana.
It is located some 30km north of Ljubljana and driving time is around 30 minutes.
From Bled, it is about 35km south and also around 30 minutes drive.
The Low Down:
Ljubljana Airport is currently served by these airlines:
Adria Airways, Finnair, Rusline, Turkish, EzyJet, Air France, Montenegro Airlines and Czech Airlines.
There is further codesharing with Adria and Lufthansa, JAT, Brussels Airlines, SwissAir, SAS, Aeroflot, LOT Polish Airlines and Austrian.
These airlines fly to these cities:
Amsterdam, Barcelona, Belgarde, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Istanbul, London Luton, London Stansted, Moscow(2), Munich, Paris, Podgorica, Prague, Pristina, Sarajevo, Sharm El Sheikh,
Skopje, Split, Tel Aviv, Tirana, Vienna, Zurich
With these uncertain economic times, airline services are subject to change at short notice.
The Low Down:
Free WiFi Internet access is offered in the main passenger terminal and the General Aviation Centre. The Airport public connection is an open type,
which means that to get online you do not need any keys or security settings on the device you are connecting to the Internet.
Ljubljana Airport has 3200 car park spaces for travellers and visitors.
Cars are housed in either 1300 space multi-storey car park, or P1 and P2 open air car parks with 1900 spaces.
Patrons must pay for their parking at the 24 hour cashier counter in the airport terminal and they then have 15 minutes to leave the airport.