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Flydubai to launch Bratislava-Bangkok link with transfer in Dubai

New destination added.

(Source: Sme)

Bratislava will be linked to a new destination – Thailand’s capital Bangkok – as of October 31. The connection, provided by flydubai, will include a transfer in Dubai, however.

“The launch of flights to this destination is a significant milestone for us, as we’re offering more choices and flexibility in our network to passengers from Dubai and Bangkok – be they travelling for business or pleasure,” said flydubai general director Ghaith Al Ghaith as cited by the TASR newswire.

At the same time flydubai will increase the frequency of flights from Bratislava to Dubai from three to four times a week. Passengers from Bratislava will also be able to fly to Thailand four times a week, said Veronika Ševčíková, spokesperson of the Bratislava.

“We were speaking with flydubai about increasing the frequency from three to four times a week, as the Bratislava-Dubai link was launched in December 2014,” said Bratislava Airport general director Ivan Trhlík.

The return flight Bratislava-Bangkok in the business category starts at €1,392 and in the economy class from €503 including airport fees.

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