Ljubljana, 12 October (STA) - The Hungarian low-cost carrier Wizzair will continue to fly between Ljubljana and Brussels in winter despite its initial decision to suspend flights for the 2019-20 winter season, Finance reports.
According to the online edition of the business newspaper, Wizzair will be operating flights between Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport and Brussels Charleroi Airport on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 19 December on.
Wizzair had initially planned suspending the link for the winter season because the route had not met its expectations. The carrier had planned to resume the flights on 31 March 2020.
Adria Airways, the German-owned Slovenian carrier which went into receivership on 2 October, had operated daily flights to Brussels.
In the wake of Adria's bankruptcy, the Belgian air carrier Brussels Airlines announced it would link Brussels and Ljubljana on six flights a week starting from 4 November.
Brussels Airlines, part of Lufthansa Group, had been flying between Brussels and Ljubljana a decade ago.
According to information on the website of Ljubljana Airport, the Lufthansa Group Airlines will be connecting the Zurich, Brussels, Munich and Frankfurt hubs with Ljubljana Airport as of mid-October.
SWISS will be operating five weekly services from Zurich to Ljubljana starting on 16 October. From October 27 onwards, the airline will be operating daily flights.
From its Frankfurt hub, Lufthansa will operate twice a day 14 weekly links to Ljubljana from 27 October when the winter schedule kicks in. Daily links to Lufthansa hub in Munich will follow as of 1 November.