Slovenia has a well-developed transportation infrastructure, including railroads and air transportation.
- Network: Slovenia has a comprehensive and efficient railway network managed by Slovenske železnice (Slovenian Railways). The railway system connects major cities and towns within Slovenia and also extends to neighboring countries, providing international rail services.
- High-Speed Rail: While Slovenia doesn’t have high-speed rail, its standard rail network is known for its reliability and connectivity. The rail system is an essential mode of transportation for both passengers and freight.
- Air Transportation:
- Main Airport: Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (formerly Brnik Airport) is the primary international airport in Slovenia. It is located near the capital city, Ljubljana, and serves as the main gateway for international flights.
- Other Airports: Maribor Airport, located near the city of Maribor, and Portorož Airport, located on the Adriatic coast, also contribute to air transportation in Slovenia. While Ljubljana Airport is the busiest and handles most international traffic, the other airports support regional and seasonal flights.
- Airlines: Several airlines operate flights to and from Ljubljana Airport, connecting Slovenia to major European cities. Adria Airways, the former national airline, faced financial difficulties and ceased operations in 2019. However, other international airlines continue to serve the country.