Danube Wings airline announces its plans in Slovakia

Danube Wings airline is starting its winter season tickets sales. The company will expand its schedule with destinations in Italy (Olbia, Catania) and Spain (Palma de Mallorca), the SITA newswire wrote on December 1.

Danube Wings airline is starting its winter season tickets sales. The company will expand its schedule with destinations in Italy (Olbia, Catania) and Spain (Palma de Mallorca), the SITA newswire wrote on December 1.

The company intends to open an Italian local route from Bologna. Customers will be able to use seasonal flights from Basel to Venice and Balaton in Hungary. The summer season will reintroduce the Bologna-Poprad-Tatry line.

Danube Wings is preparing flights from the Slovak capital to Thessaloniki and is also working on Paris-Bratislava route. Both depend on the completion of structure of air carrier's fleet for next year, according to Danube Wings. As of December 1, the company provides flights from the Poprad-Tatry Airport to London, Dublin and Manchester. The company will transport passengers using Boeing 737-400 airplanes on these flights. The airline company has rented these aircraft and the corresponding crew from České Aerolinie airlines.

The company offers flights to twelve destinations in six countries at present. It reported 2,526 flights using its three ATR 72 aircrafts with a capacity of seventy passengers for the first ten months of this year. Danube Wings plans to transport about 7,000 to 10,000 passengers from/to the Poprad-Tatry Airport in December. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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