30 June - 3 July 2018 Radisson Blu Plaza, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Travel & Visa

Ljubljana is served by the airport in Brnik (Ljubljana airport) with several international and low cost airlines operating from there.

Adria airways
Slovenian airlines that connect Ljubljana with more than 20 European cities including Amsterdam, Barcelona, Beograd, Berlin, Birmingham, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London, Manchester, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Prague, Podgorica, Pristina, Rome, Sarajevo, Skopje, Split, Stockholm, Tirana, Warsaw, Vienna and Zurich.

Ljubljana flights

Other airlines serving Ljubljana airport include :

Cheap flights to Ljubljana

Flights from London to Ljubljana
Cheap flights by EasyJet are available daily from London Stansted to Ljubljana airport.

Flights from Prague to Ljubljana
Czech Airlines serve Ljubljana airport from Prague airport 6 times a week.

Flights from Helsinki to Ljubljana
Finnair connects Helsinki and Ljubljana up to 4 times a week.

Flights from London to Maribor
Adria Airways connects London Southend with Maribor, Slovenia’s second largest city. To travel from Maribor to Ljubljana by train takes only 2 hours.

Flights from Stockholm to Ljubljana

Flights from Amsterdam to Ljubljana
There are regular flights three times a week by Adria Airways.

Flights from Berlin to Ljubljana
At least three times a week Berlin and Ljubljana are connected by Adria Airways.

Flights from Brussels to Ljubljana
Adria Airways connects Belgium and Slovenian capital every day twice.

Flights from Warsaw to Ljubljana

Flights from Vienna to Ljubljana
Every day twice there are regular flights that connect Vienna and Ljubljana.

Flights from Frankfurt to Ljubljana
At least three times a day Adria Airways connects Frankfurt with Ljubljana.


General visa requirements for Slovenia

A national of another EEA Member State (EEA citizens are nationals of EU Member States, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) or Switzerland may enter the Republic of Slovenia with a valid personal identity card or passport, and does not require an entry permit (visa) or residence permit, regardless of the purpose of entering and residing in the Republic of Slovenia.

A national of a third country who wishes to enter and reside in the Republic of Slovenia for the purposes of a tourist, business, personal or other type of visit should obtain a visa at a diplomatic mission or consular post of the Republic of Slovenia prior to their entering the country, unless they come from a group of countries which do not require a visa or if they are already in possession of one of the following permissions.

A list of third countries, whose nationals must be in possession of visas for temporary residence, can be found here.

For more information please visit the website of the Republic of Slovenia Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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Keynote speakers

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Ghassan F. Aouad
The art and science of leadership in construction
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Tarek Bahgat
Risk Management and Governance of Mega Projects
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Daniel Castro-Lacouture
Better (and within reason) design-construction interactions in a BIM world...
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Jesus M. de la Garza
Shortcomings in Plain Vanilla CPM Schedules


Submission of abstracts
15 January 2018

Notification on abstracts' acceptance
15 February 2018

Submission of final papers
15 April 2018

Payment of early registration fee
15 April 2018

Final deadline for hotel reservation
15 April 2018

Cancellation without penalty
15 May 2018

30 June - 3 July 2018


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