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Wizz Air launches second route from Bratislava

New aeroplane to Bosnia and Herzegovina will fly three times per week.

Bratislava airport(Source: Sme )

As of March 2017, Bratislava’s Milan Rastislav Štefánik Airport (BTS) gets a new route from low-cost airlines Wizz Air to the town of Tuzla in the eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Customers from Slovakia will have the opportunity to travel to Tuzla offering great value for money city break opportunities in one of the most multicultural cities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, said Tamara Vallois, Head of Communications at Wizz Air.

“With fares starting from only €14.99 we hope that the new route will be welcomed by our customers and our professional crew looks forward to welcoming passengers on board our young fleet with a WIZZ smile,” said Vallois, as quoted in the press release.

Read also: Read also:Ryanair launches two new routes

Tuzla becomes the second destination of the company from Bratislava, after the route to Skopje in Macedonia. Aeroplanes on the new line will fly three times per week – on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, wrote the airport‘s spokeswoman Veronika Šefčíková in a press release.

Topic: Airlines


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