Published on : Thursday, October 10, 2019
Lufthansa Group Airlines is all set to connect Ljubljana to Zurich, Munich and Frankfurt in Mid October. The airlines will operate daily flights to Ljubljana from Frankfurt beginning October 27. It will also connect Munich to Ljubljana with daily flights from November 1.
On the other hand, SWISS is set to operate five weekly services from Zurich to Ljubljana starting on October 16. The airlines will extend its offerings to a daily connection with the onset of the winter schedule.
Australian Airlines is also going to offer its passengers up to three daily connections from Vienna to Klagenfurt as an alternative to the termination of Adria Airways flight operations to Ljubljana.
With the start of these new flights, the Lufthansa Group is supposed to connect passengers from across the world to Slovenia and at the same time, it is also supposed to open the gateway for travellers from the Slovenian capital to take advantage of the Lufthansa Group worldwide network.
As per the recent decision of the airlines, it will welcome a new aircraft to its fleet on average once a fortnight for the next 10 years. The news comes at a time when the German carrier is awaiting its first Boeing 777X set to be delivered next year. As of now, Lufthansa has a total of 130 Airbus aircraft and it has a total of 170 Aircraft on order from two manufacturing giants.
The airline is now planning to introduce aircraft which produces far less CO2. The group invests almost three billion euros per year into new, fuel-efficient aircraft as the airline aims for making itself climate-friendly.