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Ryanair will fly to Malta

First route of the airline’s summer 2018 schedule.

(Source: Sme)

The low-cost Irish airline Ryanair will launch new regular flights from Bratislava to Malta. As of next spring passengers will be able to use the route twice a week.

“The new seasonal flight from Bratislava to Malta will be available during the summer schedule, i.e. between March 25 and October 27, 2018,” said spokesperson for the Bratislava airport Veronika Ševčíková, as quoted by the TASR newswire.

The planes will depart from Bratislava on Thursdays and Sundays at 20:50, while arrivals to Bratislava are scheduled for 20:25. The flight will take about two hours.

Read also: Read also:Ryanair changes transport conditions for luggage from November onwards

The flights to Malta are the first of Ryanair’s summer 2018 routes.

“The complete summer of 2018 schedule will be announced and go on sale at a later stage this autumn,” said Olga Pawlonka from the airline, as quoted by TASR.

The sale of flight tickets will start in September.

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