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Air transport in Slovakia

International airports in Slovakia:Bratislava – www.airportbratislava.sk Poprad-Tatry – www.airport-poprad.skKošice – www.airportkosice.skŽilina – www.letisko.skPiešťany – www.airport-piestany.skSliač – www.airportsliac.sk

International airports in Slovakia:
Bratislava – www.airportbratislava.sk
Poprad-Tatry – www.airport-poprad.sk
Košice – www.airportkosice.sk
Žilina – www.letisko.sk
Piešťany – www.airport-piestany.sk
Sliač – www.airportsliac.sk

Airlines operating in Slovakia
SkyEurope (www.skyeurope.com)
Ryanair (www.ryanair.com)
Danube Wings (www.danubewings.com)
Czech Airlines (www.csa.cz)
Air Slovakia (www.airslovakia.sk)
Aeroflot (www.aeroflot.com)
VIP Air (www.vipair.com)
Seagle Air (www.seagleair.sk)
ABS Jets (www.absjets.cz)

Destinations served from Bratislava Airport
Amritsar, Athens, Barcelona, Basel Mulhouse Freiburg,
Bourgas, Birmingham, Bologna, Bristol, Brussels, Catania,
Dublin, Dubrovnik, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Frankfurt –
Hahn, Istanbul, Košice, London-Luton, London – Stansted,
Malaga, Manchester, Milan – Bergamo, Moscow–
Sheremetyevo, Paris–Orly, Poprad-Tatry, Prague, Rome-
Fiumicino, Split, Stockholm–Skavsta, Tel Aviv, Thessaloniki

Topic: Transport


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