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Bratislava airport adds new flights for winter schedule, connecting to 17 airports in 11 countries

WITH the switch from summer time to winter time, the flight schedule of the M. R. Štefánik Airport in Bratislava (BTS) is changing, too. From October 25, 2015, the new schedule will bring a new regular daily connection by Ryanair to and from Berlin.

Bratislava airport, departure hall(Source: Sme)

In December, a new company, Russian Pobeda airline, will launch a daily route to Moscow, the Bratislava airport said in a press release. The Czech company České aerolínie will increase the frequency of regular flights on the Prague – Bratislava – Košice route to 8 times a week.

Compared to last winter, the number of destinations has been increased in three cities – apart from Berlin, new routes to Athens and Madrid have also been added, and these will also continue in wintertime. Ryanair, České aerolínie, flydubai and Pobeda airlines will fly from Bratislava tto a total of 17 destinations in 11 countries.

The winter schedule will be effective until March 27, 2016, the BTS informed.

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