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Ryanair to fly to Brussels’ main airport from April

LOW-COST airline Ryanair is launching a new service from Bratislava to the main international airport in Brussels - Zaventem – from April 1.

Ryanair plane, illustrative stock photo(Source: SME)

“Ryanair also announced that it would operate the service to Brussels also during the winter schedule, in place between late October 2016 and the end of March 2017,” Veronika Ševčíková, spokesperson for Bratislava’s M.R. Štefánik Airport, informed. The flights will be operated six times a week throughout the year.

The airline currently operates flights to Brussels’ South Charleroi Airport, which is smaller and further away from Brussels city centre.

“Slovak customers can look forward to further improvements in the coming months, including new aircraft interiors, new uniforms and more new routes, under our Always Getting Better programme, as we continue to offer much more than just the lowest fares,” Ryanair’s Olga Pawlonka said. 

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