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Swissair opens Slovak office

Swissair, one of the world's most respected airlines, opened a representative office at Dostojevského rad 7 in Bratislava on August 22. The branch will provide a complex list of services, including information on booking and ticketing. The office will cooperate with more than fifty travel agencies throughout Slovakia which sell Swissair tickets. While Swissair does not have a direct flight to Slovakia, it cooperates closely with Tatra Air, which has regular flights from Slovakia to Zurich.

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