IN an effort to improve the economic performance of the Slovak air carrier, Slovenské aerolínie (SA), the company is starting to sell tickets in hypermarkets, the daily Pravda reported.
The prices of these return tickets will be under Sk3,800 (€98) including the fees.
Within two years SA plans to start three to six new routes, provided that the company performance improves. Currently the SA only flies to Brussels and Moscow.
This year SA still expects to register a loss. However, the company’s management expects that to change next year.
Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
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3. Oct 2005 at 10:24