Budget airline Wizz Air has announced a new route from London Luton Airport to the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana, with flights set to begin in the autumn.
The Eastern European airline revealed the flights alongside another route to Ljubljana, flying from South Charleroi Airport, located around 45km outside the Belgian capital of Brussels.
The flights out of London Luton will operate three times a week, with many people likely to be arranging airport transfers ahead of booking tickets for holidays that take in the sights and sounds of the Slovenian capital.
The move means people will be able to take advantage of a year-round link between the Adriatic destination and London, opening up a convenient link for businessmen and Slovenian ex-pats living in the UK.
Daniel de Carvalho, corporate communications manager at Wizz Air, said: “We are excited about this new route from London-Luton to Slovenia, which in the current recession really is something to celebrate.
“We are focused on delivering value for money flights for business people and tourists travelling to/from London and this new route to the Slovenian capital means that these travellers can now take advantage of low fares on yet another Wizz Air route.”
Wizz Air offers budget flights on more than 220 routes across Europe, with all inclusive one-way flights starting at £23.99.
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