Ryanair announces new air routes from Bratislava

A leading European budget airline company, Ryanair, announced on Monday, February 1, that it intends to add several new European flight destinations from Bratislava airport by the middle of this year, the TASR newswire wrote. Ryanair marketing manager Henrike Schmidt said that beginning April 1 the carrier will introduce daily flights to London and on May 4 it will add flights to Palma de Mallorca in Spain (on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday) and to Bari in Italy (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday).

A leading European budget airline company, Ryanair, announced on Monday, February 1, that it intends to add several new European flight destinations from Bratislava airport by the middle of this year, the TASR newswire wrote.

Ryanair marketing manager Henrike Schmidt said that beginning April 1 the carrier will introduce daily flights to London and on May 4 it will add flights to Palma de Mallorca in Spain (on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday) and to Bari in Italy (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday).

In May the airline will start flying to Trapani in Sicily and in June a new route will be introduced to Malaga in Spain. In October last year the airline said that it was planning to open 20 more routes from Bratislava. These new flights bring Ryanair’s current total to around 20. TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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