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Ryanair to fly from Bratislava to Corfu from April 2016

LOW-cost airline Ryanair will launch a new regular route connecting Bratislava with the Greek island of Corfu from April 29, 2016.

(Source: SME)

Passengers will be able to fly to Corfu once a week. The new route is scheduled to become part of the summer flight schedule, Olga Pawlonka from the Irish airline told the TASR newswire on October 14.

Ryanair is also launching new regular flights to Berlin on October 27, while from April 2016 new links to Manchester and Brussels-Zaventem will be set up. The flight schedule for summer 2016 will thus include 19 regular connections from Bratislava airport and 19 weekly flights, the company said. This also means 900 “on-site” jobs, it added.

Topic: Airlines


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