More flights from Bratislava

Ryanair is adding four new destinations to its list of flights from Bratislava this summer.

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The Irish low-cost airline, Ryanair, launched a new Bratislava route to Eindhoven in the Netherlands on March 9. This new service will operate twice weekly from the beginning of June, increasing to three times weekly from the end of October, as part of its Winter 2018 schedule.

“We are pleased to launch a new Bratislava route to Eindhoven in the Netherlands,” said Ryanair’s Olga Pawlonka, as cited in the airline's press release.

Earlier in March it announced the expansion of its new route from Bratislava to Malta. It will fly to Malta not only during the Summer Schedule but also during the winter, i.e. from the end of October until end of March 2019. This service will operate twice weekly from March 25.

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In March, Ryanair will launch four brand new routes from Bratislava. Apart from Malta it will fly to Burgas in Bulgaria, Paphos in Cyprus and Thessaloniki in Greece. The Irish airlines will operate a total of 23 routes from Bratislava during the Summer 2018 schedule.

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