Slovenia's main airport lies some 26km north of Ljubljana near the village of
Brnik. Hence, commonly known as Brnik airport, Ljubljana's airport actually
officially changed its name over the summer of 2007 to 'Ljubljana Joze Pucnik
Airport' in honour of the former president of the Slovenian Democratic Party (go
figure). The home-base of Adria Airways, Brnik airport is also served by Wizz
Air and easyJet, connecting it to London and Brussels. As a result of EU
regulations and increased air traffic, Brnik airport recently renovated their
existing terminal and is building a second, slated to open in 2010.