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Ryanair will fly from Bratislava to Paris year round

During the summer season the Irish airline will operate 23 regular routes from Bratislava

Paris(Source: Jana Liptáková)

Low-cost Irish airline Ryanair will fly from M. R. Štefánik Airport in Bratislava to Paris year round. So far it has operated the route from Paris-Beauvais to Bratislava only as a seasonal one during the summer schedule from the end of March until the end of October. Based on its Winter 2018 schedule, it will also operate during the winter – twice a week.

Ryanair launched 10 new French routes in its Winter 2018 schedule.

“We are pleased to announce 10 new routes for winter 2018 in Paris Beauvais, Marseille, Nantes and Bordeaux, which will go on sale on the Ryanair.com website next month,” said David O’Brien of Ryanair as cited in the press release.

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The year-round line to Paris is not the only novelty Ryanair is introducing in Bratislava. In late March Ryanair is launching four new lines from the Slovak capital: to Malta, Burgas in Bulgaria, Paphos in Cyprus and Thessaloniki in Greece. It opened a new line to Bologna in Italy only last October.

Read also:Ryanair changes its cabin bag policy as of Monday, January 15th

During the summer season, i.e. from the end of March, Ryanair will operate 23 regular routes from Bratislava. These are to Alghero, Athens, Barcelona-Gerona, Birmingham, Bologna, Brussels-Charleroi, Burgas, Corfu, Dublin, Edinburgh, Leeds-Bradford, London-Stansted, Madrid, Malaga, Malta, Manchester, Milan-Bergamo, Niš, Palma de Mallorca, Paphos, Paris-Beauvais, Rome-Ciampino and Thessaloniki.

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