Fraport Expects Ljubljana Airport to Replace Most Adria Flights

Ljubljana airport should be able to replace most flights lost in the collapse of Slovenia’s Adria Airways within a year and a half, its manager and owner Fraport said on Tuesday, Reuters reported. Fraport is in talks with airlines to replace Adria flights, which accounted for 11 of 29 regular routes serving Ljubljana, Zmago Skobir, business director of Fraport Slovenia, told a news conference. “There is demand for these destinations and we have received the first signals that they will be replaced,” Skobir said. Bankrupt Adria, which is owned by German investment firm 4K Invest, owes 4 million euros ($4.36 million) to Fraport. Still, Fraport Slovenia expects to end the year in profit and does not does not plan to cut staff. Read more