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Slovenské Aerolínie launches flights to Tel Aviv and London

THE SLOVAK airline Slovenské Aerolínie will launch a new, regular connection between Bratislava and Tel Aviv in March, the news wire SITA wrote.

The airline will operate regular flights on Thursday and Sunday in cooperation with Israeli airline Israir.

The company also plans to launch regular flights from Bratislava to London this spring.

Slovenské Aerolinie was founded in 1995. Currently the Slovak government holds 89.5 percent of the company.

Compiled by Beata Balogová from press reports
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