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Danube Wings ready help SkyEurope customers

Slovakia-based airline Danube Wings announced on September 2 that it is ready to dispatch planes to Italy, France and Great Britain to provide alternative transport for people who are currently stranded in those countries in the wake of SkyEurope's bankruptcy late on September 1. SkyEurope's demise also means the end of its Bratislava-Košice flights. Danube Wings has been operating on this route with regular domestic flights since March 2009. TASR

Slovakia-based airline Danube Wings announced on September 2 that it is ready to dispatch planes to Italy, France and Great Britain to provide alternative transport for people who are currently stranded in those countries in the wake of SkyEurope's bankruptcy late on September 1. SkyEurope's demise also means the end of its Bratislava-Košice flights. Danube Wings has been operating on this route with regular domestic flights since March 2009. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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