Adria Airways ceased operations in September 2019. Please take a look at our alternative airlines to Adria Airways below to discover airlines that operated similar routes.
Adria Airways was the largest airline in Slovenia, with more than 50 years of experience in providing charter and scheduled services.
The Star Alliance member provided access to a global network of flights to 193 countries. Adria Airways was a Star Alliance since 2004, and a Lufthansa partner since 1996.
The airline provided over 170 scheduled flights a week from Ljubljana, flying to European destinations including as Manchester, London, Brussels, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Zurich, Munich, Malmo, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Lodz, Moscow, Istanbul, Tirane, Skopje, Pristina, Sarajevo, Maribor and Vienna.
Adria Airways fleet consisted of Airbus A319 and Bombardier CRJ900LR aircraft.
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Hand baggage could not exceed maximum dimensions of 55 x 40 x 23cm, with a maximum permitted weight of 8kg on Adria Airways flights.
Prohibited items were not permitted on Adria Airways flights such as liquids over 100ml, sharp objects or flammable liquids in your carry-on.
For checked baggage, the airline allowed 1 piece of baggage, not exceeding 23 kgs, for Economy class and 2 pieces of baggage for customers travelling in Business Class.
Adria Airways only offered online check-in on some routes. Web check-in opened 24 hours before departure, closing 60 minutes before departure.
The recommended time to check-in was 1 hour 30 minutes prior to departure for domestic travel, and 2 hours before departure for international travel. To complete airport check-in, passengers needed to visit the Air Adria counter and speak to a Adria Airways representative at the airport.
Economy Class was Adria Airways' most basic cabin class. There are many different fares that passengers could purchase in Economy Class, with the more expensive options offering added extras such as free flight changes and cancellations.
Economy Class passengers were given a checked baggage and carry-on baggage allowance that is included within the price of their ticket.
Passengers didn't get a complimentary meal, however, they did the option to order food and drink from the inflight Sky Shop service.
Seats were of a standard size with a 76–81 cm gap between seats, with a width between 43–46 cm. Economy Class cabins were usually set out in a 2 x 2 or 3 x 3 formation.
While the airline doesn't have a Premium Economy with a dedicated section of the cabin, it did offer passengers the opportunity to purchase the middle seat next to them at a reduced rate to give them extra room and comfort. Adria Airways' priority was to ensure that customers had enough comfort and that passengers were treated with 5-star service.
For the most premium experience, passengers could enjoy Adria Airway's highest standard of service in the Business Class cabin.
On the ground, passengers were given priority check-in and access to Adria Airways Business Class lounge.
Inflight, Business Class passengers were given special attention from the airlines expertly trained cabin crew. Each passenger was greeted with a welcome drink as they board the aircraft.
Passengers were given complimentary food and drink inflight and newspapers and magazines for entertainment.
All passengers that purchased a Business Class ticket were entitled to free changes and cancellations in the lead up to their flight.
Business Class seats were at the front of the aircraft, separated from the rest of the cabin by a curtain. Seats were set out in a 3 x 3 formation and gave extra space and legroom.
Adria Airways didn't have a First Class cabin.
Adria Airways offered two loyalty programmes for frequent flyers: Miles & More for individual travellers and the Adria Corporate Card for business travellers.
Miles & More allowed passengers to earn reward miles on all Adria Airways scheduled flights and flights with Star Alliance members and other partner airlines.
Adria Airways flew to the following destinations at the time that it ceased operations.
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Ljubljana Joze Pucnik Airport is the international airport of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia and served as the Homebase for Adria Airways, the Slovenian flag carrier. Other airlines which use Ljubljana Airport are Air France, Adria Airways, Air Serbia, easyJet, LOT Polish Airlines, Montenegro Airlines and Swiss International Airlines. The airport has one runway and handles almost 1.5 million passengers every year.
Adria Airways fleet consists of the following aircraft:
Adria Airways' most popular route was:
Brussels ✈ Ljubljana
Ljubljana ✈ Zurich
Amsterdam ✈ Ljubljana
Munich ✈ Lodz
Lodz ✈ Amsterdam
London ✈ Maribor