In July 2009 the airline was operating with a fleet of 3 Airbus A320, 1 Boeing 737-500, 6 Bombardier CRJ200LR, 4 Bombardier CRJ900 and 1 Bombardier CRJ100.
Adria’s began its existence in 1961, when it was set up as a charter company. In the eighties Adria Airways began offering services on scheduled routes and became a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
During the first seven months in 2003 Adria Airways carried 469,227 passengers and 2,248 tons of cargo. The company became completely privatised in March 1996. Currently the ownership status of the airline is: Slovenian Pension Fund 56%, Slovenian Restitution Fund 20%, National Finance Corporation 12%, Zlata moneta d.d. 1%, Infond - Investment Company 5%, Zvon ena holding 1%, Employees 5%.
The airline's nework of charter flights includes major destinations on the Meditarranean and is dependent on the season. From Ljubljana, Adria Airways serves Stockholm, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Barcelona, Vienna and Warsaw. To the east, destinations include Moscow. Other airports served are Sarajewo, Pristina, Skopje, Athens and Istanbul.