flydubai launches flights to Ljubljana, Slovenia
Flydubai has announced that it has become the first airline to operate direct flights to the Slovenian capital, Ljubljana, from the United Arab Emirates.
And it stated in a statement, that the inaugural flight No.: "FZ 1789" heading from Dubai International Airport to Ljubljana Joze Posnik Airport, landed at 14:00 local time yesterday, where it was received with traditional water sprinklers to welcome the flight that was received by a high-ranking delegation from the airport. and government officials.
According to flydubai, the flights to this destination will be part of the codeshare flights with Emirates Airlines, which provides passengers with smoother connections through the international aviation center in Dubai to more than 190 destinations between Emirates Airlines and the “Fly” network. Dubai”, including Australia, China, the Indian Ocean, Japan, South Asia, and the United States.
Flights from Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport will operate on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, while round-trip business class prices from Dubai International Airport to Ljubljana start from 8000 dirhams, and economy class prices from 1900 dirhams.
Business class return fares from Ljubljana to Dubai start from 1,700 euros, and economy class fares from 350 euros.
“We are excited to see our network in Europe grow to 20 destinations in 17 countries, many Some of them have very few, or almost no, flights with the Emirates.”
He stressed that the direct flights of "Fly Dubai" to Ljubljana, will work to strengthen relations between the two countries, and stimulate opportunities for tourism, trade and investment in the future, welcoming travelers from Slovenia to the UAE on board "Fly Dubai" aircraft, especially as Dubai prepares to welcome the world. at Expo 2020 Dubai.
In turn, the Slovenian ambassador to the country, Otto Bongartnik, said that the new "fly Dubai" line between Dubai and Ljubljana will have a positive impact on the growth of tourism, pointing to the green nature in Slovenia, located between the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea.
For his part, Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations and E-Commerce at flydubai, Jehun Effendi, said: “We have received positive feedback from our customers and partners about the launch of our direct flights to Slovenia, and we can already see good booking data.. We are confident that passengers will enjoy the service. The comfortable, reliable and comfortable cabin of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft, which offers full flat beds in Business Class, will operate on this new destination.”
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