If you are going to Slovenia by private jet, fly to Ljubljana, the capital and largest city in the country. Upon arrival, you will most likely see the mountainous regions and Lake Bled, which has been the scene of several world aviation championships.
AEROAFFAIRES offers to take you to Ljubljana International Airport by private jet and at the best possible rate. It was formerly called Brnik Airport but is now known as Joze Pucnik Airport, in honour of a Slovenian politician.
If you would like to book a taxi plane, helicopter, long-haul private jet, or a commercial plane for VIPs, our experts are at your disposal. AEROAFFAIRES charters your private jet in two hours and at a competitive rate.
Moreover, thanks to our SkyCO2 program, 100% of the CO2 emissions produced by each of our private flights are offset by supporting the preservation of Peru’s primary forests.
To book your private jet now, contact us 7/7 24H/24 at +33 (0) 1 44 09 91 82.
Location & access
Airport code : LJU/LJLJ
Latitude: 46° 13′ 25″ N
Longitude: 14° 27′ 43″ E
Altitude : 387 metres
The airport is located 25 kilometres north of the capital, about half an hour’s drive away. AEROAFFAIRES can, if you wish, take care of the rental of a car with driver. The driver will be there for you on your arrival and on your departure from Ljubljana.
Joze Pucnik Airport is open from 6:30 am to 10 pm. It has a 3,300-metre-long asphalt concrete runaway. It can accommodate all types of aircrafts: turboprops, light private jets, medium private jets, long-haul private jets and regional aircrafts.
Ljubljana International Airport has four FBOs, which provide you with a wide range of quality services, including :
- Private lounges;
- Conference rooms;
- Wifi access;
- Fast and discreet check-in;
- On-site catering.
History of Ljubljana Airport
Ljubljana International Airport opened in 1963. Its runway was extended twice in 1973 and 1978 to accommodate travellers from all over the world. Following Slovenia’s war of independence in 1991, the airport was vandalised and forced to close for several months.
Today it is the only international airport in Slovenia that offers regular flights. In 2019, its passenger traffic was 1.7 million. Its only domestic and international terminal is now being modernised. The extension is scheduled for 2020.
Ljubljana is an economic and cultural centre, as well as a geographical crossroads between Western and Eastern Europe. Its historic centre is a perfect example of this.
We recommend that you take a kayak or paddle ride through the city to enjoy the unique views. If you want to continue discovering Ljubljana in a sporty way, you can go mountain biking in the Golovec Forest.
You are a beer lover? Visit the Union Brewery near the old centre of Ljubljana and the Tivoli Park. You can see the factory and taste the local production. To find out more about other museums to visit, click here.
To admire nature in all its splendour, Lake Bled is located 1h30 away from the capital.
Finally, to go out in the evening, the Metelkova district is worth a visit. The seven military buildings are nowadays covered with artistic works and host concerts and parties.
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Ljubljana private jet rates
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