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nedelja, 16 januarja, 2022

Air passenger transport slowly recovering amid uncertainty

By: J.S., STA

The aviation industry is on the path to recovery after being severely hit by the pandemic. At Ljubljana airport, where a new passenger terminal opened in 2021, the number of flights and passengers is increasing, but there is still much uncertainty, including concerns related to the spread of the omicron variant of coronavirus.

The operator of Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport is optimistic though: “Airlines are coming back, regular routes are being established again, and we are still looking to add more frequent flights and some destinations that we already had before,” Zmago Skobir, an adviser to the management at Fraport Slovenija, told the STA.

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