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SkyEurope launches routes

SKY EUROPE Airlines will launch two direct flights to Košice at the end of January and Zürich in the beginning of February.

The airline has already opened a reservation office and as of January 14 passengers can reserve tickets for Bratislava - Košice flights which are expected begin on January 21.

Sky Europe will fly to Košice three times per day during the week and once at the weekends. The lowest price of one-way ticket will be Sk1,090.

SkyEurope airlines will start flying to Zürich once per day seven days a week from the beginning of February. The exact price of the ticket has yet to be set.

The airlines will operate one 30 seat passenger aircraft, an Embraer 120, on both routes.

Other flights to major European city such London, Paris and Brussels are expected to be launched throughout the year.

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