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Ljubljana Joze Pucnik Airport
Also known as Brnik Airport L. Slovena, the Ljubljana Joze Pucnik Airport is located 24 km of the city of Ljubljana, near the village of Brnik in Slovenia. The city, is the largest and capital of the country, with its significant geographical position at the intersection of the Slavic world and the Germanic and Latin cultures. Its location makes it a significant point of entry for the city and its neighboring regions.
Opened in 1963, the airport has one runway and is operated by Aerodrom Ljubljana. It serves as the hub of Slovenian flag carrier, Adria Airways and was able to handle over 1 million passengers and 35, 000 aircraft movements in 2012 alone.
Its original name was changed to Joze Pucnik in honor of Slovene leader of the Democratic opposition, Joze Pucnik, who served the country from 1989 to 1992.
Several airlines operate at the airport, which are Adria Airways, Aegean Airlines, Air France, EasyJet, Finnair, Montenegro Airlines, Turkish Airlines and Wizz Air. Destinations include Amsterdam, Belgrade, Brussels, Vienna, Prague, Athens, Paris, London, Istanbul and a few others.
The airport is the only Slovenian airport with scheduled air traffic, receiving its 1st annual millionth passenger in 2004.
The airport provides enough facilities that make passengers comfortable while they wait for their flights. A Shop Bar is open for passengers who wish to buy gifts, souvenirs, food, chocolate and some last minute shopping of Slovenian crafts. A Duty Free shop is also available for cosmetics, tobacco, magazines and other merchandise needs. Located at the international lobby, the Duty Free shop is a favorite among those who want to purchase goods at a lower price compared to those found in department stores.
A few restaurants and bars are also open for services. The Zest Bar offers drinks and desserts, while the Terrace Bar with outdoor tables are perfect for smokers. For a good dining experience, the Terrace and Viewing Platform is enjoyable with its offerings of meals, snacks and coffee as you get to view the happenings on the runway.
The terminal also has a Business Lounge that offers buffet and drinks to its passengers who have business class tickets.
The airport has very good accessibility to the city- one of the key qualities a modern airport must have. The most common way to get to and from the airport is by private car. Several car rental services such as Herts and Europcar are available at the airport. A Taxi stand can be found in front of the airport building, as well as buses that go to and from the city every hour. Minibuses and vans are also good choices of transportation, taking passengers to the city in only 30 minutes.