Adria Airways (Slovenia) has resumed flights to Ukraine after a five-year break. The carrier started operating flights on the Ljubljana-Kyiv-Ljubljana route on Sunday, October 29, the CFTS reports.
An Adria Airways aircraft departed from Ljubljana at 22:41 (scheduled departure time 22:35) and landed at the Boryspil airport at 01:24 (scheduled arrival time 01:40). The return flight departed at 05:09 (scheduled departure time 05:00) and arrived in Ljubljana at 06:05 (scheduled arrival time 06:10).
A Bombardier CRJ900LR aircraft with a capacity of 86 passengers was used for flight. The age of the aircraft is about nine years.
The next Adria Airways flights will be performed on Thursday and Friday. The cost of a one-way ticket for the nearest flights starts ay EUR 108.
As reported, the Slovenian airline will fly to the Boryspil airport three times per week. The flights will depart from Ljubljana on Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays and from Boryspil on Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
In addition to Adria Airways, the Ukrainian airline Windrose is planning to operate flights to Slovenia. Windrose has announced the launch of charter flights between Kyiv and Ljubljana in the winter season. Windrose has also received permission to operate charter flights on the Kyiv-Maribor-Kyiv route.